VTI: If not many youth are taking up vocational trades willingly, the duration of some courses is discouraging school dropouts from taking up vocational trainings.
Volunteer: In another two weeks, Bhutan Toilet Organisation would have thoroughly cleaned and maintained all urban public toilets across the country.
Livestock: It’s a cold November night. The hoteliers who occupy most of Tshimasham, Chukha have long called it a night except for a giant white bull and its two black calves that stroll the town’s highway.
BPC: Martshala gewog received electricity in 2005, but more than 30 households in the gewog are still without electricity.
Sculpture: Six years ago when Kuenga had accompanied his uncle for a pilgrimage to Kathmandu, Nepal, he had little idea that the trip would make such an impact on his life.
Conservation: The number of White-bellied Heron (ardea insignis) in Berti, Zhemgang has hasn’t increased for the last 13 years according to villagers and forestry officials at Tingtibi Park Range (TPR).
Tradition: When the village festivals draw near, many women in Laya flock to the village hat weaver, Dodo.
The festivals are times women in the village don new traditional attire including the conical headgear.