#IMAGINE(ing) for a better future, together!

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For giving children the rights that they deserve, UNICEF and a Korean agency, going by the name of SM Entertainment, have released their title track for the year 2016, as a part of #IMAGINE Project. The title track is the second one of those released so far, the first being that of the year 2014.

 

The song is an attempt to highlight the basic problems that are faced by children all over the world. It stand by the idea, that a fair chance must be given to each and every child. It’s as much of their right, as it is our’s. And for the same, John Lennon‘s “Imagine” has proved to be such a fit! It conveys the message, that we all must think of each other and live together, stick together and also, be happy.

 

 

Famous SM artists such as ChangMin (TVXQ), Baek Hyun (EXO), Chen (EXO), Lee Dong WooMinho (Shinee),Siwon (Super Junior), Seo Hyun (Girls Generation), Jay Kim (TRAX) and  Oh Ji-Min, have featured in the song to promote the cause. Many other artists such as Katy Perry and Will.i.am, have also featured and been a part of the promotions.
More than that, many SM artists to the likes of TaeTiSeo (a subgroup of the group called ‘Girls Generation’) have donated a part of their earnings from their albums to the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF).
UNICEF is working hard to turn their dreams into reality, which even after 80 years, doesn’t it seem quite hard? But, for now, let’s just motivate each other to work. Let’s keep fighting for a better future.

 

As an artist, Yoko Ono said,

 

“A dream you dream alone may be a dream, but a dream two people dream together is a reality.”
Let’s dream together! And doing that starts by watching what their dream is. Watch it here…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZ5MhMmQ-44

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RIDHA DHAWAN

Ridha Dhawan (MCM College 36)

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