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About NCSBC:

Welcome to the Nepal Cultural Society of British Columbia (NCSBC), a community organization of people of Nepali origin & friends of Nepal in B.C., Canada. NCSBC was established in 1998 with the primary purpose of promoting our unique Nepali culture and historical identity while helping our fellow community members build their future more prosperous and meaningful.

The history of Nepalese in B.C. is relatively new; they began immigrating to B.C. in the early 1980s for a better quality of life and career opportunities. Until early 2000s, there were a handful of Nepalese in B.C.; today we have grown to well over 1,000.

From its humble beginning in 1998, today NCSBC has become a common forum for sharing ideas and information among us. It has done a truly remarkable job in helping our fellow community members integrate with the Canadian society while cultivating a sense of Nepaliness among them and their children. The society runs interaction forums and summer language classes and at the same time celebrates Dashain, Tihar, New Years, and other multicultural events, which are so special to our community. We believe that we as a community have done wonderful jobs in all the fronts: from building our own lives more fulfilling to significantly contributing to the economy and cultural vitality of B.C. From the footsteps of mighty Himalayas to the mountains of B.C., we have come a long way; we are extremely proud of what we have accomplished thus far as we strive for a better future tomorrow.

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