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Why should you Start blogging? – Kezang Choden

  In the past, I’d put so much of what happened to me and how I saw the world into fiction stories, and complain that nothing interesting ever happened to me. It was only after I started a blog and took it seriously that I realized my life wasn’t as banal

Being an entrepreneur

Numerous innovative products ranging from agriculture to ICT to textiles were on display at the Clock Tower in Thimphu during the Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). Like every year, the Loden Foundation has spearheaded in coordinating a weeklong GEW in collaboration with the relevant government agencies and other relevant stakeholders from various

Fake News – FUMBLY PLAY

By now, anyone who has watched global news or been active on social media would have heard the constant reminders that the Russians maliciously impacted the U.S. presidential elections of 2016. It is shocking that foreign actors could have infiltrated a democracy as old and revered as the U.S’. This

Smart phones, new media, and ignorant users-Rabi C Dahal

Whether you live in cities or a rural Bhutanese village, the ability to sift through information and evaluate media messages is an important skill in this 21st century – and the digital revolution has made it even more critical. The explosion of digital media and social networking platforms has transformed citizens

Suicide-Fumbly Play

  This piece is deeply personal to me.  I, like most of my friends, have been unfortunate to miss many dear friends who all decided, independently that the beauties of life were not enough to warrant living. When I think about them, I remember that they were deeply loved and greatly

Suicide – Fumbly Play

For most Bhutanese, world history as a school subject is only taught in the 7th and 8th grade. The textbooks are old and contain myths that have been disproven for decades. One of those myths is that of the “Dark Ages” of Europe before Charlemagne, the light in the darkness.

Dark Ages-Fumbly Play

  For most Bhutanese, world history as a school subject is only taught in the 7th and 8th grade. The textbooks are old and contain myths that have been disproven for decades. One of those myths is that of the “Dark Ages” of Europe before Charlemagne, the light in the darkness.

How can children be saved from Blue Whale if it really exists?

  In the midst of catastrophic natural disasters and deadly human violence that are already taking their toll on human civilization across the globe, another sickening sign of impending apocalypse seems to have emerged on social media today. Whether it is real or a hoax, many media reports suggest that a

Cooperatives in Bhutan-Fumbly Play

Imagine that you are a potato farmer – your livelihood is entirely dependent on that crop. And a manufacturing industrialist who makes potato chips buys most of your products. The value that is added to the finished potato chips isn’t as great as the differential between the profits from your

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