Tintin in Tibet - Screening
Paradigm Shift, Koramangala

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At Paradigm Shift we all are in the mood of celebrating birthdays of authors and poets. And for convenience sake the date and timing of celebration is largely kept on weekends, which at times mean that there is some lag between the date of birthday and the actual celebrations.

May is also the birthday month of Belgian cartoonist Herge - Georges Prosper Remi, creator or father of Tintin. Tintin's adventures have made our growing up years exciting, we all waited for the telecast of the episodes of 'The Adventures of Tintin' and a lot of us read the comic series Tintin at some point in our lives. With the inspiration from Tintin a few of us became interested in writing and solving mysteries and some are already living that life.

Not everything was rosy with Tintin. We may not have realized while watching 'The Adventures of Tintin' but the cartoon and comic series played around with the politics of the day, it had elements of racism. Still the series is dear to our heart.

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Paradigm Shift

8, Terrace Floor, 80 Feet Road, 4th Block, Near Sony World Signal, Koramangala, Bangalore

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