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Drebu presents: Tibetan Art and Performance at Road to Asia Festival October 24, 2009

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Drebu represents Tibet at the…

Road to Asia Festival 2009

Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 7 & 8

11 am – 5 pm
Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court, Toronto [map]

road to asia 09 poster

We’re excited to announce that Drebu will be participating at the Road to Asia Festival 2009. On Saturday, Nov. 7, we will feature Tibetan dances and songs by Tibetan youth artists who will be playing dranyen and flute. On Sunday, we will be presenting a ritual by Tibetan monks using traditional monastic instruments.

We will also be coordinating Tibetan artists who will be engaging the public, especially children, to paint Tibetan motifs and designs throughout the festival weekend. The artists will also demonstrate Tibetan sculptural art with colorful clay.

JCCC is organizing  a painting contest for children up to 12 years old. Drebu is happy to coordinate the contest for Parkdale area and Tibetan community. Download the copy with instructions below: click on the link; you can print it and let your child colour it.

Please drop off the completed coloring sheet with your child’s name and your email address at Tibet Kitchen (attn: Drebu) by Thursday, Nov. 5th, 6 pm.

Tibet Kitchen, 1544 Queen St. W. 416-913-8726

Children’s colouring sheet with instructions

Winners will be announced by November 13th, Friday via email.

You can also pick up free passes to the festival at Tibet Kitchen. First come first serve. The price otherwise is $5 for each day at the centre. Please spread the word.

So come join us. Enjoy the diversity of our Asian cultures, partake in the activities, have some delicious food, and be proud of the fact that Tibet and Tibetan culture is front and centre in community events such as this.

The road to Asia Festival 2009 is a two-day festival celebrating the richness and exciting diversity of Asian culture. The festival creates a thriving multicultural atmosphere which highlights Asian cultures through traditional Food, Arts and Crafts, Music, Dance and Martial Arts. All under one roof.

The festival is organized by the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre.

Drebu would like to thank JCCC, as well as the following sponsors for supporting our participation at this fun festival, and helping promote Tibetan arts and culture in Toronto:

Mr. Phuntsok,
Sales Representative,
Homelife/Miracle Realty Ltd.

Mr. Tseten T. Badheytsang
Managing Director,

Ms. Purna Ghimery,
Sales Representative,
Homelife/United Realty Inc.

Ms. T. Constance Nakatsu,
Barrister and Solicitor

Mr. Sonam Gyaltsen Shalung,
Sales Representative,
People’s Choice Realty Inc.

Mr. Tenzin Khedup,
Real Estant Agent/Sales Representative
Century 21/People’s Choice

See you there!

Kalsang Dolma and Gelek Badheytsang



1. R.B.MATTS - October 24, 2009

An interesting positive activity, it is hoped with matters as this could cultivate the creating and cultured spirit for the younger generation in the world.

yours sincelery

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