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Conservation pioneer in its own right

As the winter arrives, the Black Mountain range is covered in snow. The Phobjikha valley in Wangdue, winter home of the black-necked crane if full sings. This is the valley where the country’s conservation initiatives began.

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Building ​protein

Since I cannot afford to buy supplements, could you recommend the cheapest source of protein available locally?

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The Bjipi Pawo Dance

The Bjipi Pawo (བྱིས་པའི་དཔའ་བོ་) dance is a unique piece of Bhutanese performing arts. It is performed as part of a procession during an important reception or event. The term Bjipi Pawo is generally thought to refer to young (བྱིས་པ་) heroes (དཔའ་བོ་) or valiant youth.

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Adopt a PET!

This is cat season at the shelter. New cats are being brought and rescued nearly every day since the beginning of the month. This is why more and more of us Kitties, Tom cats, Queens, and feline beauties are appearing in the newspaper central page looking for a nice loving family.

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Adopt a PET!

My name is Ginger and I am one of the new kittens at the shelter. All the other kitties are grey and look like mini-tigers. I am a red little boy and my hair is slightly longer. I hope it keeps growing so I can get a thick and warm coat before winter.

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Serving people even after retirement

To promote happiness, a group of elderly citizen, even after retirement, serve people with guidance and help. Founded in 2011 by a group of eighteen retired civil servants, the Royal Society for Senior Citizens (RSSC) aims to spread happiness in the society.

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Adopt a lifestyle that makes you cool on the inside, not on the outside

My husband wants buy a new, expensive car. Personally, I feel it is a waste of money. We have two kids and I feel that the money would be better spent on other things. After a lot of arguing, my husband finally admitted that it was the status symbol that attracts him. He feels that we will get more respect if we have a big car. I think it is stupid, but my husband is hooked in the idea and now we are not talking. What does lam think?

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Remoen, hope for young and underprivileged

The origin of Remoen began in October 2013 when executive director and founder, Karma Yangdon, invited her friends from Austria and Germany to visit the remote areas of Bhutan. Their journey took them to several monasteries, temples, and schools.

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Boosting your workout

I have been working out for sometime now. I am thinking of taking creatine supplements, but I am a bit hesitant as people say they could damage our kidneys. Also, I was once diagnosed with TB, so I am afraid.

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