The ambassador of Japan to Bhutan, Kenji Hiramatsu is hopeful that ‘Japan Week’ will prove beneficial in promoting people to people...
Operations manager with Koufuku International Limited, Sanjok Biswakarma, said that the changes in the flight timing were well-timed.
Hiroko Masuda, a Japanese volunteer teaches art to deaf children.
This article has been republished from the author's blog post.
Held on World Children’s Day on 20 November, the programme was spearheaded by the Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV).
Dorji Dema, a mother of three is among the first women in Bhutan to play in an archery tournament.
The nine-month average inflation rate this year was recorded at 2.61 percent, the lowest figure since 2004.
According to the Austrian delegates, eight companies from diverse sectors such as energy, engineering, tourism and health visited Bhutan to...
There is a thriving custom among the Lhops – women are not allowed to wear ornaments after their partners die.
In 2017, Bhutan received 71,417 international visitors and the revenue earned was USD 79m, the highest arrival and revenue since 2012.
The book consists of 10 Bhutanese songs including the National Anthem.
Artists Penjor Dorji and Norbu Tshering are about to complete a research on using natural pigments to create artworks in Bhutan.