By TP Mishra
Photographs are often more powerful than words to reflect certain things. They speak of the facts in an appealing way. Not to an exception, if you were a guest or an invitee to stop by a festival in South Carolina, USA recently, you could have gotten an opportunity to ‘see how life of a Bhutanese refugee is like’.
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency (CRRA) has resettled hundreds of refugees—mostly Burmese and Bhutanese, who come to the USA through resettlement program. Hundreds of Bhutanese refugees have begun their new lives in a new atmosphere with the help of CRRA, which not only relocates new arrivals but also help them out with several other immigration concerns including the Green Card applications.
In its recent endeavor to explore its activities within the locality, the CRRA, during a festival on September 27 in South Carolina, USA, tried seeking the attention of guests by ‘welcoming them to Beldangi camp’ based in Nepal.
Below follows the event’s portrayal exploration as seen through the lens. All photos showed in Slide show are obtained from BNS.