"The tradition almost died here. There were no youth interested. Now many kids play. Itís good for tradition; itís good for their minds".
Ravi, Father of Kids on Pan Student.
"Learning to play the pan has helped boost my self-esteem and express myself more freely. I also enjoy a feeling of belonging."
Kristi, Kids on Pan Student.
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