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Adopt a Dog!

I am not such a young pup anymore but I am still young at heart. I was not born at the shelter but I was brought here so small that it really feels like home to me.

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Helping the disabled stand on their own

A complicated machine monitors his heavy breathing. “Nu 7,000 went for rent and I was working a job which paid me just Nu 4,900,” says Passang Wangmo. Every minute of the tough phase is still fresh in her memory. It was 2012.

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Right choice of rice

Both white rice and brown rice has their unique purpose, role and significance.The time of day, your individual goal, medical condition and lifestyle will dictate which one and when it will be of more use to you.

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Namchu Wangden

One of most popular calligraphic symbols in Bhutan and the Himalayas is the Namchu Wangden (རྣམ་བཅུ་དབང་ལྡན་) stack of letters from the Kālacakra cycle of teachings.

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Adopt a Dog!

My name is Khandu and my story is a little different from the ones of the other dogs or cats at the shelter. I actually came at the Yusipang shelter by myself. I was spotted in the middle of the big road by one of the humans working here, who quickly took me in to keep me out of danger.

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Making of a drug-and alcohol free society

Addiction to drugs and alcohol is an emerging issue in Bhutan. In fact, the problem is quite serious. A recent South-East Asia report on mental health status of adolescents shows that Bhutan has the highest number of smokers in the region. About 24.2 percent of Bhutanese adolescents use alcohol. Bhutan also has the highest number of adolescents currently using marijuana.

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