English | Dzongkha Friday, November 24, 2017

For the love of game, age not barrier

When it’s about the love for the game, age is insignificant or say age has no bar. This is the message a 50-year-old man is trying to convey, playing alongside those who are way younger to him.

Overcoming impossible through Parkour

If one can overcome mental obstacles, he or she can overcome the physical ones and perform what would usually seem impossible.

Young ceramic artist breathes life into dying art of pottery

The art of pottery, which largely involved making of earthen pots traditionally in Bhutan, is slowly disappearing with some concluding that it is on the verge of extinction. A young Bhutanese ceramic artist is attempting to breathe a new life into the dying art of pottery.

Painter’s attempt to use organic paints

Bhutanese paintings whether they are traditional or contemporary are usually painted with imported colours.

Late Dasho Nishioka’s Panbang house to be renovated

The two storied house in Ngangla Gewog where Late Dasho Keiji Nishioka lived in during his time in Panbang is to undergo a major renovation.

Letter Writing- A long lost art

From writing letters to sending emails via the internet and now it is smart phone.

Quinoa cultivation getting popular in Chhukha

Cultivation of Quinoa, a cereal similar to buckwheat, is picking up in Chhukha.

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.

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