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‘Life In Refugee Camp Taught Me More’

Akron-based Bhutanese composer, Amber Subba, has said that life in the refugee camp taught him more insights into music than in the country of resettlement. In an interview with Vidhyapati Mishra of Bhutan News Service, artist Subba said that despite challenges and difficulties, the refugee camp was definitely a learning...

‘Bhutanese Weren’t Treated as They Deserve’

Ramesh Prasai, a radio journalist affiliated with Dharan-based Ganatantra FM, has spoken exclusively on the Bhutanese Refugee issue with Vidhyapati Mishra of Bhutan News Service. Expressing regrets on behalf of Nepal and the Nepalese people, journalist Prasai has felt sorry for not treating the exiled Bhutanese in the manner they...

Arati Ghising crowned Miss Bhutan US

Aarati Ghising was crowned Miss Bhutan US 2017 amidst completion of a beauty contest held by Himalayan Festivals USA from July 20-23 in Harrisburg, PA. Susana Pradhan from North Carolina and Simian Basnet from Pennsylvania became first runner up and second runner up respectively, according to the organizers. There were...

Community Dialogue for Mental Health Awareness

 “Remembering and telling the truth about terrible events are prerequisites both for the restoration of the social order and for the healing of individual victims.” -Judith Herman, M.D.

Desh Khojdai Janda releasing from May 26 in Nepal

After dozens of premier shows in the U.S, Europe and Australia, the much-awaited feature movie Desh Khojdai Jaanda literally “In Search of Country ” that chronicles story of exiled Bhutanese is all set to be released across Nepal from May 26. The film is expected to attract larger chunks of...

Veteran singer Subba performs in Charlotte

Veteran singer Pratap Subba, who was here in Charlotte Sunday, joined various Bhutanese, Nepalese and Indian artists, and presented some of his legendary songs in a musical event organized by Who Cares International. During the event, the first Bhutanese singer performed at least three songs including 'Jasari Fulchha Sunakhari' which according...

‘Shadow of Dream’, Nepali gazal album by Aussie Bhutanese, released

The first solo music album "Shadow of Dream" of rising music star from the Australian Bhutanese community Laxman Gurung aka Ekloudasi, was launched amidst a special function organised in Adelaide earlier this month. This is the first gazal music album by Australian Bhutanese whose lyricist are all Bhutanese writers. Similarly, in all...

Interview with Om Dhungel

Om Dhungel, who was awarded with the prestigious NSW Premier's Lifetime Community Service Award for his outstanding work with the Australian Bhutanese community, has been living in Sydney, Australia for the past eighteen years. Dhungel received his BS degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering...

Success marked with hope for sustainable future: Dilip’s story

Dilip Dahal was just twelve years when his family fled from home in Tsirang (Chirang) Bhutan in 1991. After twenty seven years he flew to Kathmandu, November 2015, to attend a high-level meeting to mark the resettlement of 100,000 refugees in US and other eight countries that accepted to resettle...
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