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21 year old Chimi Dema is passionate about cycling and running, and she finds it surprising that there are rarely other girls in the many marathons and cycling tournaments she often participates in. Written by Sonam Pelden Supported by […]
RENEW, the organization fighting against violence against women and children in Bhutan, believes that there is a need for activism in all of us – a duty for individual action to spread awareness on the issue. “It takes so much more than an organization to address this issue.” says Dr. […]
There was a time when clean monotone colours or a classic french manicure were trending styles of cuticle care. Today, the plethora of nail art photos on instagram say otherwise. The field has now transformed into pieces of tiny canvases for nail artists to painstakingly paint, glue tiny jewels and […]
When people first saw tiny bottles of natural local made-in-Bhutan essential oils from the brand Kingdom Essences (K.Essences) on social media, most were quite intrigued. Articles online swear by how these organic miracles are good for everyday ailments like the flu, headaches, body aches and so on, but the more […]
If you’re looking for a weekend activity, whether it’s with your family, friends or a loved one, take a drive to Paro this Sunday. Le Meridien Paro, Riverfront’s Sunday brunch named ‘The Happiness Brunch’ is a special weekend program ideal for those looking to enjoy a relaxing weekend with some […]
If you’ve been scrolling through a slew of stunning portraits of models along they sidewalks, alleys and business centers around New York, then you’re probably on sonamdekar_ahhi page on instagram – proving there are Bhutanese abroad are finding passion, not just jobs.
15 year old Yangchen Wangmo first started learning judo for self defense but soon she realized she was learning so much more from this unique sport. Brought to you by the Women in Sports Committee, BOC. Video edited by PemC & Pema Dorji Story by Tshering […]
Brought to you by the Community-Based Sustainable Project by RSPN (Royal Society for the Protection of Nature), Bhutan.
There are women coming forward to lead, but there are certain cultural challenges that hold them back. Fast-track interventions are necessary to increase female leadership in the country.
When Karma Chuki left her stable job, friends and family in Thimphu to study dance in India in 2012, little did she realize how this move was going to shape her career and her life.