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American Dream Becomes Nightmare for Bhutanese Refugees

Before Menuka Poudel left the refugee camp in Nepal where she and her family sheltered for almost two decades after being displaced from Bhutan,...

A mother’s frantic hope for reunion

Left arm rested on top of the head. A skinny body, obviously frail, side-back leaned against a couch. Her eyes brimmed with tears, about...

Yes, suicide is preventable— a survivor’s testimony

A resettled Bhutanese walks us through why he thinks suicide is preventable based on his experience of having gone through suicidal thoughts in recent...

Community leaders highlight various issues in Refugee Congress

Bhutanese community leaders participating in a four day Consultative and Refugee Congress conference organized by the Department of Health and Human Service, Office of Refugee...

The tale of political discrimation

BY DHRUVA MISHRA: Political discrimination and ethnic victimization by the Bhutanese feudal system is not new. In fact, the rulers so cleverly formulate the laws and statutes that criticism of government policies is automatically prohibited. The rise of people’s voice has always given them fear and insecurity and put their ambitions at stake. From the arrest of Tek Nath Rizal in 1988, to the recent arrest and imprisonment of Prem Singh Gurung, a Christian activist; incidences of arrests and inhuman treatment to the minorities in Bhutan, on the basis of political or religious beliefs, has remained routine. Gurung was arrested for screening movies on Christianity and has been sentenced to three years’ in prison by a District Court; on charges of attempting to promote a civil unrest [...]

40,000th Bhutanese departs for America

The 40,000th exiled Bhutanese to opt the third country resettlement program  departed for the United States of America Monday evening. Devi Maya displays...

The Struggling Journey

While I was listening to my uncle’s story, my subconscious mind started flying with lost hopes of despair; I could clearly realize my future distorting and my mind went blank for a couple of minutes. I collected strength and started talking again. I tried from my end to convince them to withdraw the form, but the type of situation they were in –that does not need a mention here – I think I was too young to understand the depth of it. We set the date, for it could not be before the 18th of December, as it took some time for my transition and more over I was leaving permanently everything.

Husband hacks his wife to death

An exiled Bhutanese Tuesday night hacked his spouse to death following a family dispute between the couple. The camp-based Armed Police Force (APF) informed Bhutan...

One sustains critical injury in Minnesota

A resettled Bhutanese in Saintpaul of Minnesota State in USA has sustained critical injury when a speedy car hit the pedestrian while crossing the...

Scrutinizing Silent Sufferings

Before jumping into the subject, I express my heartfelt and sincere gratitude to “Welcome to America Project” for this great opportunity to share our stories. I am; indeed, out of words for those American hearts who have strong attachment with our hearts and understand the sufferings of thousands of Bhutanese refugees and refugees from around the globe. The events in the story may not necessarily say that, but that’s how I felt the story would be complete and meaningful. This character, who was born in Bhutan, grown up in refugee camp in Nepal and now struggling for her future in America, is the most deprived one in the story.
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