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Published In: 2006
ISBN: 9789993669005
No. of Pages: 217

Book Overview

The book is an autobiographical account of the author's experiences as a student at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, and his life in Bhutan as a teacher entwined to cultural juxtapositions.

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Customer Reviews (3)

by Sangay wangchuk (July 25, 2022)

9 Reviews

I saw an author, taught me and guided many souls in Bhutan. That factor even inspired me more to grab his book and it was. It talks about his journey to other side of our country but gives the buzzing feelings to us. We know culture and mindset outside Bhutan.

by Singay Namgay (January 16, 2021)

31 Reviews

One of the first Bhutanese Noble I read during my college days gave me the feel of being away from home and how easily you could be at loss or get lost.
It's a perfect window to look at the country I have not been to.

by Yoezer Dema (December 04, 2020)

1 Reviews

The story is of first point of view where he share his experience of studying abroad .There, it is mention of the various custom and cultural difference between Australia and Bhutan .Mr. Dorji Wangchuk left with heavy heart leaving his wife and two children behind .The atmosphere of Australia was different where it was difficult for him to adapt in new society .The time in Australia was never easy as most of time it seemed fate was unfair for him . His hardship of three years was completed where at last his wife came for his reception at Bangkok and his children were waiting for his return at Paro airport. -Review by ( Yoezer Dema 10 ,Tashidingkha Central School,,Punakha)