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One commits suicide in AZ

Doctors attending one resettled Bhutanese, 20-year-old Menuka Poudel at St Joseph Hospital formally declared her dead at 6:30 pm local time, Wednesday. She was...

BCA sees major positions unanimously

The Bhutanese Community in Arizona (BCA) conducted its election to the executive board on Monday seeing its three top positions undisputed. Newly elected...

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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