Putushottam Dhakal / NEW YORK: Americans of Nepali Origin staying in Northern America and currently taking part in the 31st ANA conference have enjoyed the fashion, film and literature on the second day of the conference on Friday.
During the first session of the conference on Friday incumbent General Secretary of the Non Residential Nepali Association Tenji Sherpa and Shesh Ghale, who was listed as richest person of Australia, announced their candidacy for the top post of the organization. Speaking at the same program entrepreneur Kush Kumar Joshi urged all Non Residential Nepalis to invest in the Tunnel Road. Similarly, another entrepreneur Chandra Dhakal informed that the Nepali economy is dependent on the remittance sent by immigrants and urged them to utilize the immense potential of the country.
Following the interaction, poet of Nepali origin took part in poetry recitation program organized by Northern America Literary Academy. Senior litterateur Tulasi Diwas informed that he is happy to see development of Nepali Literature in Diaspora. Similarly another litterateur Usha Sherchan also cited a poem on the occasion. Winners and runner up poets were also awarded on the occasion.
Similarly interaction took place on the issue of Immigrant Rights and Immigration Reform Law. Social workers Tara Niroula, Rights Activist Narbada Chhetri and Luna Ranjit talked about the Immigrant Rights and Immigration Reform Law. Similarly 17 boys and girls took part in the cat walk organized on Friday evening. Like in the previous years, winners of the Fashion Show were awarded on the occasion. Apart from Fashion, Film and Literature three Nepali films Chadke, Visa Girl and Uma were also screened on Friday. Most of the participants could be dancing while famous singer presented a song on the occasion.
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