Stories about Bhutan from June, 2011
Bhutan: Are Reality Shows Real?
Sogyel Tobgyel wonders whether reality shows in Bhutanese media are real.
Bhutan: Charity Ride Of A Motorcycle Club
iamDrukpa writes chronicles about the 11th charity ride of the Bhutan Dragon Motorcycle Club.
Bhutan: Citizenship For Fatherless Children
Sonam Ongmo at Dragon Tales argues that the citizenship of Bhutanese children should come automatically by virtue of the fact that one parent is a citizen. Presently for the citizenship of a child the Bhutanese mother have to prove the identity of the man who fathered the child.
Bhutan: Advertisement And Deception
Namgay77 at Writers Association Of Bhutan is concerned about the proliferation of deceptive advertisement messages in Bhutan.
Bhutan: The Wind In Wangdue Phodrang Dzong
“Legend has it that the Wind in Wangdue comes from a hole in the elephant hill,” – so describes Passu about the “man-blowing” wind at the southern end of the Wangdue Phodrang Dzong in Bhutan.
Bhutan: An Ill-prepared Shangri-la
Bhutanese Blogger at Whatever Matters comments: “We are living in a self-constructed illusion of Shangri-la which is far removed from reality.”
Bhutan: A Photo Story
Bridge To Bhutan posts a photo story introducing Bhutan to the world readers which has some breathtaking pictures from Bhutan.
Bhutan: Do Not Ignore Facebook
Tshering Tobgay writes about the growing influence of social media in Bhutan and comments that the Bhutanese government should use Facebook, not ignore it.