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Understanding ‘Brexit’

Please note this is not meant to be a comprehensive article but rather giving a general overview of what has happened, its implications and its consequences.

Celebrating Guru Padmasambhava – the one who was never born and never died

Has Guru Padmasambhava physically visited Sikkim is a question often asked...

Keeping the young safe from alcohol

Alcohol is one of the most used and misused drugs known...

What is Gross National Happiness, really?

Concepts like happiness and freedom pose problems when it comes to...

The Australian visa process – Myth and Truth

The naivety and gullibility of Bhutanese will be tested yet again....

World Environment Day 2016: Sustaining our Wildlife

In a world where consumerism and materialism are increasing, the celebration...

Language policy: Decolonising the mind

A language will become dormant and ultimately vanish when it is...

At a crossroads: Tourism development in Bhutan

Having availed many years of work experience and research opportunities in...

How will the Age of Anthropocene fare for Bhutan?

Very few in the climate change sector in Bhutan may have...

Norzin Lam closure will benefit everyone

It is not unusual when one has to make a minimum...

Building momentum for wheelchair users

Training healthcare workers on appropriate wheelchair management is a leap forward...

International volunteers – does Bhutan still need them?

In the 1980s, Bhutan had the largest United Nations Volunteers programme...

Treating the expatriate workforce better

One of Bhutan’s spectacular attempts to popularise an alternative development paradigm...

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