Archive for October, 2011
Counselling is interpreted differently by different people in our country. To some it’s about advice, and to others it’s tea and sympathy. For others, counselling is a long-term process, but sure enough it is a hotly debated subject amongst professionals working in the schools and outside. Read more »
The year was 2008. The whole nation wore joyous looks as we celebrated three milestone events in our nation’s history – centenary celebration, coronation of our beloved king and our successful transition to the parliamentary democracy. And being unable to physically be there at the celebration we could only lament our missed opportunity at Read more »
Today, Bhutan is traveling through a period of great change; the period that bestows jubilation to every citizen, and a moment of historic event that we the people can come together and celebrate. It symbolizes the symbol of unity; group together the sense of belongingness; augment the pride for nation as a Buddhist Country ruled by a Buddhist King; Read more »
Writers Association of Bhutan would like to take this moment to wish our beloved His Majesty and the Royal Bride Ashi Jestun Pema a very Happy Royal Wedding. May this holy union bring in good health and undying love to the Royal couple. May there be peace and prosperity in the Land of the Thunder Dragon and may our philosophy of Gross National Happiness flourish forever and more.
On this joyous occasion, we can’t help reproducing Daffodils by the great bard William Wordsworth and join the nation in the celebration. Read more »
My two ears do not possess the huge listening capacity for hearing this dreadful economic term called ‘inflation’, yet, the term is becoming a real ghost in Bhutan. Starting from basic necessities, the costs are escalating and the moment salary hike promulgates through the media, house owners, and shopkeepers become active, which is adequate enough to Read more »