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PaSsu in Bajo

PaSsu in Bajo

Like many of you, I follow several Bhutanese bloggers. But, some of the first bloggers I came across rarely write now. And one of them – who used the pen name Bhutanese Blogger – even announced, two months ago, that it was time to “move on”.

But, there’s good news. Every now and then, I come across new Bhutanese bloggers. PaSsu, a teacher in Bajothang, writes about life in Wangduephodrang in his blog, PaSsu Diary. And occasionally, he gives IT-related advice, like “Speeding up your computer – some tips” which many of us will find useful.

Liz Warren is another blogger. She’s not a Bhutanese. She’s American. But, since she teaches in the Early Learning Centre and writes about Bhutan, I’m featuring her site, Teaching in Thimphu, in our blogroll. (the Postman: many thanks for the introduction).

Support our bloggers. Visit their sites regularly. Here are two worth frequenting (I have already introduced both of them earlier). One is Jurmi Chhowing’s IamDRUKPA. Jurmi (a.k.a. Taliman a.k.a. the Postman) writes regularly. And you’ll find his articles interesting.

The other is Yeshey Dorji’s Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon. Yeshey is one of our leading photographers. He was recently in London to cover the Wimbledon Championships. And he’s posted some of his photographs of Wimbledon. They are very good.


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  1. Thank you la! I enjoy reading your posts, and I’m honored to be on your blogroll. (and thanks for the introduction postman)

  2. My Many Thanks! Have a Good Day Sir And Cheers!

  3. Your Excellency,
    You have no idea how deeply humbled am I being featured on your blog. I was blogging since 2006 but only after knowing you are on the blog too I began seriously. Thanks for the inspiration and now the motivation.

  4. Bhutanese Reader says

    Even this bhutanese blogger is too good la, i like going thru his write up:

  5. i sure miss reading Bhutanese blogger! your blog is where i discovered lots of great Bhutanese writers!

  6. I stumbled on one another blog:

    She writes beautifully and if she keeps up with her writing, she will mature into one powerful writer in due course. There is a natural fluidity in her writing. Most writers try their hand at being comical but most times they end up sounding like brass tacks! Then there are others who break the rules in their attempt to be off-beat – only to find themselves being ridiculed and shooed off by their readers. Kinga, on the other hand, keeps her writing simple and yet it sparkles with good humour and readability.

  7. nice post la…i will follow u
    Gud day la

  8. Thank you for the update la..


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