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US City takes cue from Bhutan

January 17, 2011 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Gross National Happiness, Sustainable Development

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by ERIC WILKINSON / KING 5 News
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It’s one of the most isolated nations in the world, nearly a quarter of the population lives in poverty and they’ve only had television for twelve years. So why are the people of Bhutan so happy, and why does the City of Seattle want us to be more like them? (more…)

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The prayer flag and the forest

September 11, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture, Environment

When sentiment clashes with common sense, something’s got to give

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Pictures of Soma September, 2009 – Bhutan’s verdant forests, whose coverage the Constitution mandates should not be less than 60 percent for all time to come, is under tremendous pressure from the soaring demand for prayer flags that dot the country’s hills and valleys.

Although no studies have been carried out on the impact on the forest by felling trees for flag posts, statistics with the department of forest show that thousands of trees are felled every year to meet this demand.Between June 2007 to 2008, Bhutan felled 60,178 trees, or about 165 trees every day, to meet the demand for poles, of which demand for flag posts is the highest. This excludes the 550 trees felled daily for other uses. (more…)

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The Original Bhutanese Talent

August 10, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture

Courtesy: www.tsheringtobgay.com

“Leki, a Bhutanese stand up comedian, can imitate many different sounds from birds to dogs, and popular singers to musical instruments.”

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Traditional sports – A pastime of the past

March 13, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture

In the face of an explosion of modern games, thanks largely to cable TV, Bhutan’s traditional sports – despite the government’s pledge to promote them – are on the brink of extinction.

Traditional games, such as soksom, degor, jigdum and pungdo, are barely heard of, let alone played. The only ones surviving the onslaught of changing times are archery and khuru. Archery exists because there is a heavy dose of modernism in its equipment and status. People rarely play archery without imported bows and arrows these days. That way, observers say, the sport is becoming more modern and less Bhutanese. (more…)

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