India House Promotes Diversity

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HOUSTON: India House is a nonprofit 510 (C) (3) organization and to “Promote diversity – Create a place where Indians and non-Indians are welcome regardless of their regional and socioeconomic background”, India House in partnership with the Chao Center for Asian Studies at Rice University, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Korean American Society of Houston will be screening an award winning English Film “Koryo Saram – The Unreliable People” at O.P. Jindal Center, 8888 West Bellfort, Houston TX 77031 on Tuesday, April 15 at 6:00 pm. The filmmaker, director, and artist Y. David Chung will give a talk on the making of Koryo Saram. This screening is part of My Voice Would Reach You: Capital.Art.Culture: Contemporary Art and Asia, a festival of arts, poetry, and exhibitions in Houston, April 10-21, 2014. It is a free event and all are welcome. Registration is required at

The India House vision is universal. Instigated to “promote Indian culture and values by providing social, cultural, recreational and community programs, thereby showcasing the Indian community, and raising awareness about Indian culture in the local community,”

For further details about their weekly activities visit their Facebook page: or email at or call: 713-929-1900. They are located at 8888 West Bellfort, Houston, TX 77031.