Saturday, November 12, 2011

11/11/11 celebration.

Have you ever felt that your life with your family is different from life with your friends? Did you ever come across a person who never say "No" to something that your colleagues offers you something ? I think I was born to say "No" to everything and especially when it comes to some one who offers chill beer.

The 11/11/11 celebration kicks off at 11:45 am right after my morning class. I got reason to be out of the college on the day and at the same time my friends got different reason to celebrate the day. They called the day as something that never happened in their life that all dates, months and year corresponds 11/11/11. But I as Bhutanese, I was having the notion to join with the people of Nation to celebrates 56th Birth Anniversary of our beloved Fourth Druk Gyelpo Jigme Singye Wanghuck.

“It was broad day light day time; usually drinking sessions happened in the evening or in the night but for Today, 11/11/11 celebration kicked off from morning until mid night. "I will look for some sponsor; we will drink, get drunk and die tonight”. Ryan, my Cambodian whispered with a husky voice and finally decided to go to small shop where we went in full uniform from college.

The day was hot but we didn't know how we spent our time with chill beer. Thanks guys!!! we are united Today and we will be always as what we were and what we are. We had great memories being together and Today is the great time with great friends together on great day, month and the year. (11/11/11).

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Our brother's Birthday! Given a chance, we would have postpone the exams.

20th September 2011 was a very special day for our friend Mr. Barbuca. Go through a couple of photos. I wanted to write a story about how it was celebrated but because of the exam week, i couldn't spare time on it. We guys! would prefer to postponed our exams and call on grand party but very sad that the time is not within our calender and watch.

Birthday boy with candy in his hand!

Birthday boy painted his forehead with cake.

Sunday, August 21, 2011

His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck is not only in the heart of Bhutanese but also in the heart of Thai people.

All Thai citizens cannot travel to Bhutan to offer their good wishes and witness the grand wedding ceremony of our His Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuk and Royal bride Azhi Jetsun Pema in October, but they have a very heartfelt message to Their Majesties and people of Bhutan.
The news of Royal Wedding shock the Thai people and clears the way for another wedding in a year of Royal Couples that has already seen Britain’s Prince William marry Kate Middleton in London in an event that captured the world’s attention. The news of Royal Wedding to be held in later this year repeatedly appeared in many of Thai television, news papers, magazine and that were distributed throughout the country.

His Majesty the King’s visit in mid-2006 to the Kingdom of Thailand to attend the celebration of 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King Bumibol’s accession to the throne left an ever lasting impression on Thai people. Many Thai people took day off from their work to welcome His Majesty the king during his return to Thailand to receive an honorary doctorate from Rangsit University in philosophy, politics and economics, and attend the Royal Ratchpruek expo in Chiang Mai. Bangkok Post (Thai National News) reported a woman fainting at the site in charismatic royal out of sheer happiness to see her prince charming in person.

His Majesty the King is remembered and often recalled by many Thai as prince charming during his visit to Thailand as a crown prince. To Thai people, he was known to have graceful manner, so humble, and always gave a perfect “Wai” (greeting prostration) to everyone he met from his heart to everywhere he toured within Thailand. Today he is known as from Prince Charming to King of hearts in the Thai society and while back at home, he is known as People’s King.

On the joyous occasion of Royal wedding, I on behalf of all my Thai colleagues and Thai people would like to pay a humble wishes to Your Majesty the King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen, Azhi Jetsun Pema ” May you’re joining together brings you more joy than we could imagine and may all Bhutanese people celebrate every day together the way Bhutanese people celebrate today”