English | Dzongkha Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The last potters of Gangzur

A 21-year-old youth in Gangzur under Lhuentse has taken up pottery as a fulltime business. This has given hope to the people of Gangzur of reviving the traditional art, which is slowly disappearing across the country.

A year of Bhutan’s history

Exactly a year ago, on this day, Bhutan’s history recorded another chapter- a chapter that promised the Wangchuck dynasty’s legacy to continue.

Locals of Saephu opt for cordyceps over herding yaks

Herding yak for livelihood is losing its grip on the people of Saephu Gewog in Wangdue Phodrang.

Karmakora, a t-shirt brand create platform for Bhutanese artists

Lack of recognition and opportunities are some of the challenges an artist face in the country.

Hot and mineral springs in Bhutan known for its therapeutic values

With wide range of medicinal plants and age old healing practices, Bhutan has been referred to as the Land of Medicine.

Former civil servant turned farmer shares his story of success

Cheda Jamtsho epitomises the successful commercial farmer that policymakers dream of for Bhutan.

Chasing his dream of rapping

Kezang Dorji is courageous enough to tread the unbeaten path; at least in Bhutan.

Farmer in Dagana takes integrated farming to a new level

Sangay Sherpa, 40, has taken farming to a whole new level. Under integrated farming in Dagana, he grows crops, keeps bees and has poultry, among others.

First Bhutanese Paralympian-aspirant takes on Archery

Pema Rigsel, 30, who is partially paralysed, is aspiring to become the first Bhutanese Paralympian.

Chali farmers cash in from Tengma

Flattened maize or locally termed as tengma is the main source of income for farmers in Chali Gewog. It has been vital in uplifting their livelihoods.

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