Malvika Subba at ACCAC Nepal Congress and Culture 2018

Malvika Subba (Nepali: माल्बिका सुब्बा) is a Nepalese media personality, beauty queen, actress, television host, social activist and entrepreneur. She graduated from Pokhara University with Masters in Mass Communication and Journalism.At the age of 21, Malvika was crowned as Miss Nepal 2002 .

Kirsi Mustalahti at ACCAC Nepal Congress and Culture 2018

The Accessible Arts and Culture association was founded in Tampere, Finland in 2011. Accessible Arts and Culture promotes international performance and training exchanges and works to build a national and international network. The central task of the association is to promote work opportunities for artists with disabilities and possibilities for cooperation and internationalization’

Kirsi Mustalahti’s personal mission is to develop international cooperation, diversity and accessible services through culture and art. Her jourey began over ten years ago when she realized that human mind, combined with a lack of knowledge, is the biggest disability that she could imagine.

She started to talk about the possibilities to use culture and art as a tool for making world better for everyone and disseminate information on how to develop cooperation and better services for everyone.

MaHa Jodi at ACCAC Nepal

MaHa (Nepali: मह जोडी) is the acronym of the comedy duo of Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya of Nepal in Devanagari script. The duo represents the pinnacle of comedy in Nepal.Their style is focussed on creating awareness through laughter. They have also been involved in creating social activities and political freedom movements. They have created lots of teleserials and various patriotic movies which are among the greatest hits in Nepalese TV and Movie industry.