Thanks for the feedback Petrit. As a group we agreed to stay away from the pre-assumed countries of which most people might precieve and focus on a country with vast traditions and of which people may not have much knowledge about. With Bidur on our team, as a group we figured we have a first hand insight from a primary source, in order to gather informations about the lifestyle and culture and upbringings in Nepal.
i think skype would be a very interesting way of communicating directly with relatives and other people living among our target location , this would help us bring further informal resources we may not have found.
Great concept idea and clear illustrations, which drawn my attention. furthermore, after reading the intention and processes i do believe this will definitely be engaging for young children to participate in, as in is set at different complexity for different age groups.
where will it be held at indoors or public spaces? what materials would the play toys be made from?
I like the idea of using practical performances to bring together a community, and everyones mood lightens up when a good music is been played. I see a great potential in this and learning through singing is a efficient way to draw people in. As it is an interactive form of communication, it might also build the confidence of the community as a whole and break the barrier of individuality and personal status.