Dzongkha wavers

The use of Dzongkha on a daily basis is not being taken seriously by the Bhutanese and people might see an ugly picture in the future. The mixing of Dzongkha and English while speaking, popularly known as Dzonglish, can be heard almost everywhere from discussion among a group of friends about their weekend plans to […]

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“Me Thinks” – Pets

Luzee I don’t eat animals, or most subtle , “Anything that can walk on its own.” This is definitely not a reason good to state why I don’t have pets. When we moved base in late 1980s, my family owned a small wooden box which remained tucked under the bed for years. Ama said that […]

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Rice Cooker Disease?

Passang Tshering Before electric rice cooker was introduced in our kitchen cooking rice was an art. Not many could boast about knowing the art. Even pro mothers could land up with bad pots once in a while. I remember how my mother would be on her toes once the rinsed rice was poured into the […]

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Is Sloth our national animal?

Lobsang Nima Disclaimer: I don’t intend to demean and defame those offices under the bureaucracy who do their work with military precision and run by a dynamic, selfless leader. Some of the offices have meticulous service delivery and some, you know it better. Despite the hard work everyone puts in for this great nation of […]

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