a sad day for Thailand

When a great leader leaves us, it is the responsibility of every wise men to remember him/her and remind the world once again how great they really were; even so more in a period where decent leaders fail to exist.  Thailand has always felt like a second home to me, her people always kind and hospitable. Today is indeed a…

The White House

I don’t know, the idea of going school to Florida seems super distant to me because of the lack of a stable Bhutanese community in the state. To add to that, our designated country is Jordan for the model UN and our position papers have already been up at https://sites.google.com/site/nmundc2016positionpapers/. For anyone who wants to look at…

A basket for me

For some time I have been wanting to move my website to word press because from last bloggers conference, some of my friends expressed their concerns on how complex the whole thing was and how it would not let them comment directly. Anyways, I have a new blog called the trailersurrogatewor.wordpress.com. I do extensive scene…

First Bhutanese to attend Florida International Leadership Conference

Hello wonder full people, recently, I was selected by my school to represent in Florida International Leadership Conference which took place in late February. It was super unique: 175 nations participated and you would be surprised to know that, Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister first came to the U.S through this program that was…

Quite thoughts

A man; not a boy Education; not self loath Facts; not assumptions Reverence; not mockery That is all a good man ought to be.. love To cherish and not to ponder to accept and let go to believe and not to forsake to cry when it is time and to bend when necessary.  

I will write more tomorrow.

It is so hard not to write and once again education;my provost, has proven that it is the most powerful weapon in the world. Education is so powerful: it makes you think a lot. It makes you reasonable and it gives you saint like qualities. For example, one not only develops sympathy, but also reverence for those…

Where it all began

I never ate Chinese. I didn’t eat Chinese in Hong kong, I have never eaten Chinese in Delhi, and I don’t even know if I ever came across one Chinese place in Bangkok. BUT now, the tables have turned: all I can think of is Chinese food because they taste, look, and are made from the…