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Bhutan is finally open to tourists after being closed for two years due to the pandemic. In this podcast recorded in April 2022, Namgay Zam talks to the Director General of the Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB), Dorji Dhradhul, about Bhutan's unique "High Value, Low Volume" tourism policy and post-Covid tourism. This podcast is brought to you by the …
 
Karma Dupchen gives great advice on navigating queer relationships in this podcast. Also hear a transboy in high school talk about understanding and expressing his identity, and hear him sing beautifully. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support…
 
Hello from Bhutan is highlighting queer stories from Bhutan this new season. This episode was originally filmed for Queer Talks Bhutan. It features Pema Dorji, founder of Queer Voices of Bhutan. Queer Voices of Bhutan are the producers of Queer Talks Bhutan. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: http…
 
Hello from Bhutan is highlighting queer stories from Bhutan this new season. This episode was originally filmed for Queer Voices Bhutan. It features Aum Penjore, Bhutan's oldest known transwoman.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support…
 
Hello from Bhutan is highlighting queer stories from Bhutan this new season. This episode was originally filmed for Queer Voices Bhutan. It features Tenzin Yoezer, a young gay college student. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support…
 
Bhutan is not as homophobic or transphobic as the laws of the land make the country out to be. In fact, the transwoman Ugyen in this conversation, talks about how painless it was for her to get her gender changed on her identity card despite no law existing to provide such an option. She is among the 5 transwomen in Bhutan to have legally changed t…
 
This is the first in a series of podcasts on Bhutanese living abroad. The series will explore their lives outside of Bhutan. This episode highlights how the lives of a Clinical systems application trainer at the NHS in the UK and a postgraduate student studying sustainable resource management in Germany have changed due to Covid-19. --- Send in a v…
 
Two young women who tested positive in quarantine share their experience in this episode. Lhachi and Tseki are 2 of the 3 Bhutanese confirmed Covid-19 cases. Both are recovering well. Bhutan has seen 5 confirmed cases till date, two of which were American tourists. The first confirmed case in Bhutan was an American tourist. --- Send in a voice mess…
 
How's your relationship with Social Media right now? Dorji Wangchuk talks about fake news, too much information and how to stay sane in the time of COVID-19. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support
 
As of 2nd April, 3218 Bhutanese were in quarantine. I speak to former MP Sangay Khandu about life in quarantine. Bhutan recently extended the mandatory quarantine period to 21 days from 14 day. Khandu speaks candidly about mental health challenges he's faced due to COVID-19 and how a lot more needs to be done for the mental health of Bhutanese stuc…
 
Independent Bhutanese films have been doing incredibly well at international film festivals. Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom is one of them. The film opened to rave reviews in Bhutan after touring the world via film festivals. This is Pawo's first film as a writer-director. Lunana won the Audience Choice Award at the Palms Spring International Film …
 
The National Assembly of Bhutan will be deliberating the Goods and Services Tax Bill of Bhutan 2020. We've never had a single rate tax before GST. The GST deliberation is important for women because for the first time, there will will be a discussion to remove taxation on feminine hygiene products like tampons and sanitary napkins. In this episode,…
 
Tshering Denkar is Bhutan's first travel blogger. She travels solo, hitchhiking most of the time in all kinds of vehicles. Her journey through Bhutan is the most authentic and straight from the heart visual narrative you will find. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/su…
 
Health officials say at least 10-15 percent of Bhutanese women experience Postpartum depression after childbirth. There are many Bhutanese women who also experience difficult pregnancies, but do not talk about it. Dragon Tales brings you a conversation with two mothers whose experiences are rarely recorded or shared in Bhutanese society. --- Send i…
 
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