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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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Adopt a Dog!

My name is Dasho. I am not a real Dasho even if I often sport an orange thick coat when the weather is fresh.

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Muscle-vegetables relation

Listening to and imitating the "big guy" at the gym is the most common mistake most people make. Just because one is big or muscular doesn't mean he or she is qualified and experienced enough to guide and advice other people.

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Tashi Gomang

The Tashi Gomang (བཀྲ་ཤིས་སྒོ་མང་) is a miniature temple and a three dimensional portable shrine, which travelling priests carried around the country for people to see.

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Adopt a Dog!

I am just a very small puppy so I hope you will forgive my simple English and lack of literary skills. I am very young and new at the shelter that I did not know we could be featured in an adoption column if we were well-behaved and healthy dogs or cats.

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