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The Trek up to Tigers Nest.

A peaceful dog rests near the nest. Even on the way up to Tigers Nest, there are stray dogs (who get wild at night) that follow the smell of food to the top. Some words simply cannot explain. The view … Continue reading

School with a View.

Whilst many tourists see the beautiful sights of Bhutan, not too many get to see the wonderful schools. Some in the towns, others further away. The view from the schools in the mountains are beautiful. Imagine going to class everyday … Continue reading

Bhutan - A sight for the Heart.

You are either walking up, or walking down in Bhutan. You are either driving left, or driving right in Bhutan. Very rarely does one move in a straight line. So often you do not see the horizon of your path, … Continue reading

BHUTAN - A trip to the Mountains

The beautiful land of happiness. Definitely a trip not to be missed. Whether you visit the greenery filled land now, or 50 years later, she will leave you in awe. You can read, study, watch videos about the country, but … Continue reading

Communication is Aid.

As a society becomes evermore interconnected through mobile technology, humanitarian aid organisations are taking into account the essentials of communication. This flows beyond simple information exchange, and involves communicating between loved ones after or during a disaster. https://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=SG&v=Uibg0JREldc&hl=en-GB   Technology Assist. … Continue reading

Rethinking the Unemployment Metric

Often we conduct ‘economic health checks’ based on GDP, GNI, Unemployment rate etc. Whilst we are using these, it does not tell the whole story. The problem with the Unemployment rate, (Total No. of unemployed as a fraction of the … Continue reading

Nepal Earthquake: Emergency Response.

The Earthquake that struck Nepal a month ago, see how Save the Children and the courageous team plough through hardship to deliver well needed supplies and relief to beneficiaries!

Remembering Children.

In Light of the Earthquake in Nepal, less we forget the needs of the children. Extremely happy to be a part of the response to assist the well needed relief for the people in the Nepal, in particular the children … Continue reading

The Intelligence of Emotions.

When to speak? How to speak? And the mismatch of personalities. It isn't new that an evolving globalised society we are faced with different cultures, traditions, race and upbringing. At times, a step forward may be 2 steps back, so … Continue reading

Standing Tall as the Ground Trembles.

A handful of Nepalese stood the test of time, experiencing two major earthquakes that trembled the grounds of Nepal. The devastating 1934 EQ that took 10,000 lives and 2015 which already took more than 6,000 lives. What goes through the … Continue reading