Tag Archives: Bhutanese

International Women’s Day 2019

Today 8th March is the day around the world marking as the International Women’s Day. So many countries in the world still don’t treat women as their equal to their male counterpart. This day should hopefully raise that awareness. Today … Continue reading

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Bhutanese People are Polyglots

How many languages can you speak? Ask this question to any Bhutanese person and the answer undoubtedly will not be just one specific language they speak. In Bhutan everyone can speak multiple language from the time they learn to speak … Continue reading

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Conjoined Twins from Bhutan

One of the highlights of the year for me is the surgery of the conjoined Bhutanese twins Nima and Dawa in Melbourne, Australia. Their speedy recovery from the complex surgery has stunned doctors who performed the procedures beyond their expectation. … Continue reading

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Bhutanese New Year 2145 – The Year of the Earth Male Dog

The Year 2145 of the Earth Male Dog Happy Losar to you all reading this. The year in the Tibetan calendar is 2145 – The Year of the Earth Male Dog as per the astronomical system based on the Kalachakra; … Continue reading

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GUEST BLOG: A WOMAN IN THE MIST AT LAMPERI

My cousin Namgyal Tshering from Bhutan wrote this piece which is a typical ghost storytelling most Bhutanese people would have grown up listening to and be completely petrified. He shared it on his Facebook page and with his permission, I am … Continue reading

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Wise Advice from Buddha

This is what Buddha is believed to have said to all his disciples and it would be prudent for us to follow this advice to avoid being very easily lead in today’s hyper online connected social world. “Do not believe … Continue reading

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Our Fourth King the Jangchub Sempa

The vision that conjured up in my mind when I think of our fourth Druk Gyelpo Jigme Singye Wangchuck, refer to as the K4 (the Fourth King of Bhutan) by the Bhutanese is that of a supreme enlightened being the … Continue reading

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