Why we do what we do: Dzogpa Chenpo (རྫོགས་པ་ཆེན་པོ་), shortened as Dzogchen and rendered in English as Great Perfection, is a tradition of meditation which is practiced primarily but not exclusively by the Nyingma tradition in Bhutan.Read More »
Adoption: Ciao everybody,
No I don’t really speak Italian, but my name is Bruno, so I am just trying to show off a little bit. I am a Bhutanese dog boy with an Italian name and I am not the only one.
Main story: As technologies advancement is rapid and things are widely mass-produced, handmade products such as natural soaps have taken up a special place in the market today.Read More »
1 egg yolk
3 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
Youth in focus: Lam, here’s my question: My life never goes smoothly. I don’t have big problems like a major sickness or an abusive husband, but somehow things never go right. There is always a problem and I never feel satisfied. What can I do?
Main story: With the introduction of democracy clubs in schools and education institutions, students are equipped with idea to conduct elections, organise events and activities to promote understanding of the country’s electoral system and processes, democratic governance and institutions, and also participate in decision-making processes.Read More »
Every winter, students attend the prestigious Camp Raven where they learn how to draw, paint, dance, play football and basketball among many other programmes held at the camp. These sessions are being taught by the many volunteers that love spending their time at the camp. Sessions on the importance of punctuality and on leadership are also being taught by different personalities and renowned people that are invited at the camp. The Royal Secretariat organises the month-long camp every winter.
Recipe: Ingredient Quantity
Brie cheese 1 tin (125gm)
Youth in focus: I have a very short and simple question. I am planning a career in a government office. What does lama think are the most important qualities for this job, and why? - TP, ThimphuRead More »
Main story: When the clock strikes 12, chances are you will be awake. You might be in the middle of a crowded dance floor with friends counting down every second to the New Year; you might be uncorking the expensive wine you have been saving all year; you might be texting your loved ones wishing them or quietly contemplating about the past year. But whatever you do, there’s no escaping the fact that as the earth completes a full circle around the sun, it’s time to celebrate and usher in a new beginning.Read More »