Bangkok ‘Handshake Concert’ most memorable, says Azo
Kohima, June 26 (NEPS): Nagaland Minister for Health and Family Welfare Kuzholuzo Nienu described the recently held “Handshake Concert” on June 21 in the Thai capital, Bangkok, as “most memorable and ever enjoyed” in his lifetime.
The minister was a “Guest of Honor” in the high-profile event, the fifth edition and jointly organized by the Ministry of Commerce of the Government of Thailand and the Rattle and Hum Society of Nagaland. It was also organized as part of the World Music Day celebrations on June 21.
Narrating about his experience, a visibly delighted Nienu said it was one of the most memorable and ever enjoyed ones in his “lifetime.” He said such events would strengthen the “friendship and brotherhood” between the people of Thailand and Nagaland.
Nienu said they were extremely proud to have gone beyond the “borders and boundaries” to share the “Naga culture and music” while also experiencing and enjoying the rich Thai culture and music “and more.” Thai cultural teams used to take part in Nagaland’s Hornbill festivals and also remarkably in the Road Show held at Phek, the home of the minister himself.
Adviser to Music Task Force Dr Nicky Kire, Director of Music Task Force Gugs Chishi, President of Rattle and Hum Music Society of Nagaland Theja Meru, Press Secretary to the Chief Minister of Nagaland Abu Metha were among others in the Music Team.
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