English | Dzongkha Sunday, March 26, 2017

Students of Wangsel Institute learn to frame a shot

Some 40 students with hearing impairment, studying in Wangsel Institute in Paro have now been exposed to the world of photography.

Fashion for a green cause

Draped in gorgeous dresses made from waste materials, twenty four models walked the ramp for Nazhoen-ista, a fashion design contest organised by a youth group called Youth Social Cooperative.

Tendruk Tshechu begins

The three-day Tshechu at Tendruk Gewog in Samtse began from today. Hundreds of people from in and around the Gewog gathered to witness the festival.

Zhemgang youth cooperative group showcase their products

The members of the Khenrig Namsum Cooperative Group are in Thimphu to showcase their food products. Ranging from banana chips to bamboo shoot pickle, the locally made food products are at display at an exhibition underway at the clock tower square in Thimphu.

Scouts attends reunion camp in Phuentshogling

For scouts, values, bond and creating unity and harmony in the community is their religion.

Female youth learns traditional art of weaving

About 15 youth are undergoing training in traditional art of weaving called backstrap weaving at the Royal Textile Academy in Thimphu.

Nazhoen scout programme teaches students new skills

The Nazhoen scout programme is giving a platform to some 200 students from 20 central schools of the eastern region to learn new experiences and skills.

BCMD trains youth to solve problems in the community

Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy (BCMD) is providing a weeklong training to some 35 youth in the capital, beginning today.

HAB trains women and youth in handicraft tailoring and weaving

Over 100 women and youth are undergoing five month long training in handloom weaving, carpentry of indoor furniture, and handicrafts tailoring in Thimphu.

Camp Raven in Dewathang ends

The Camp Raven, a winter youth camp in Dewathang in Samdrup Jongkhar, which began on January 4, ended today.

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