Karma Tshering, promoter of MPC Bhutan Entertainment is one of Bhutan's first artists trained in the field of filmmaking from film institutes in India, Japan and USA. He is also one of the founding members and the Vice President of the Motion Pictures Association of Bhutan (MPAB).
He is the recipient of the very first "Best Film Director Award" for the film "Chepai Bu" during the first National Film Awards in 2001, followed by another "Best Film Director Award" for the film "6 Boys" based on a true story in 2002.
To enhance his skill in the field of filmmaking, he has also worked in a Bollywood film project "Badhai Ho Badhai". The following year, he was awarded a Life Membership by the International Film and Television Club in India for his contributions in promoting Bhutanese Cinema.
From 2004 to 2008, he has worked as the "Director of Production" in a five year "Sacred Dance Research and Documentation Project" (Core of Culture) under "The Dragon's Gift Project" a collaboration project between Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs, the Royal Government of Bhutan and the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Hawaii USA. The same year, he was awarded the Rockfeller award of US$10,000 in New York by the Asian Cultural Council during his tenure in the documentation of the sacred dances of Bhutan.
His other contributions include the launch of Bhutan's first women's magazine "Yeewong" dedicated to women, and also founded Bhutan's first beauty pageant show "Miss Bhutan Pageant" in 2008. Karma's latest work was the conceptualization and publication of a tribute book dedicated to the Fourth King of Bhutan titled 11-11-11 under Her Majesty the Queen Mother, Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck's auspices. The publication team took exactly 45 days from the concept to launch of the book creating publication history in Bhutan in 2011.