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BNCC elects executive board

The Bhutanese Nepali Community of Columbus (BNCC) held an election to elect its executive board on Nov 28. The election took place in two phases....

Challenges and opportunities of Bhutanese in America

Chicago, the home state of two influential presidents of the USA- Barack Obama and Abraham Lincoln, has been receiving a lot of immigrants from...

Struggling to pursue an American degree

Lata Kafle was just 18 when her family opted the third country resettlement in Spokane of Washington early in September 2008. Upon landing in a...

An Appreciation: Pritam Adhikari

"To honor his memory, we must make his unfulfilled dream our own, acting to achieve our own most audacious aspirations and working to make...

Philadelphian Bhutanese announce community org

The Bhutanese American community living in Philadelphia formally launched a community organization - Bhutanese American Organization-Philadelphia – amidst an inauguration of its community center...

Bhurtel nominated as new chair to lead Utah community

The first meeting of the freshly elected Bhutanese Community in Utah nominated Mukti Bhurtel, 30, as the new Chairperson to the organization's board of directors,...

Resettled youths missing WA

Three youths resettled in Washington are reported to have been missing since June 11. According to Tanka Dhital of the Bhutanese Community Resource Center, Krishna...

Open letter to Dr Bruce Bunting

Dr Bruce, you must be knowing that Bhutan remained as one of the poorest countries of the world until late 1970s. So the question of our forefathers migrating to Bhutan due to economic cause is more than super lie of Bhutanese rules as they were there in Bhutan even before the Treaty of Sinchula inked on November 11,1865 between Bhutan and British-India. Of course, political migration from Tibet to Bhutan was there time to time, even founder of modern Bhutan Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal had to immigrate Bhutan as refugee in 1616 from political strife in Tibet. [...]

Living with the American liver

Undoubtedly, the third country resettlement program has added joys to majority of the Bhutanese refugees resettled in various developed countries. As resettled refugees enrich themselves in the country of resettlement, many of their friends and relatives back in camps in Nepal still fear to opt for the resettlement package. Veteran DK Karki, who demonstrated his political caliber in the early stage of camp settlement in Nepal as an active cadre of the Bhutan People's Party was never willing to leave camp to settle in western countries. When most of his contemporary friends involved in the party-politics in exile vanished one after the other grasping such opportunities in various occasions, Karki remained rigid with the opinion that Nepal would be the best place to fight against the Bhutanese suppression [...]

Otherside of resettlement in NYC

This episode is fully based on resettlement in NYC at Brux. Ichha Poudel from Australia reads a report from an online as Bhutan Coverage...
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