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In & Around Kathmandu

Kathmandu: Neighborhood Suffering from Stalled Roadworks? Here’s What You Can Do!

Here’s what you can do to give the concerned authorities a kick in their rear and get them to fix your neighborhood roads PRONTO! . . . → Read More: Kathmandu: Neighborhood Suffering from Stalled Roadworks? Here’s What You Can Do!

In & Around Kathmandu, Traffic

When A Random Act of Kindness Calls

A video of what I did yesterday morning when I came across another ambulance stuck in traffic, knowing how I feared being a patient in an ambulance! . . . → Read More: When A Random Act of Kindness Calls

In & Around Kathmandu, Traffic

I Have a Fear in Kathmandu…

I have a fear in Kathmandu: having to be transported by an ambulance! . . . → Read More: I Have a Fear in Kathmandu…

In & Around Kathmandu

Destination South Korea I

Prospective Nepalese migrant laborers between the ages of 19 and 38, queue for hours to register for Korean Language lessons. In doing so, they take a shot at less than 1 in 25 chance of making it to South Korea through the EPS system. . . . → Read More: Destination South Korea I

In & Around Kathmandu, Traffic

I Don’t Always Drive in Kathmandu, But When I do…

Featuring the former Most Interesting Man in the World, the memes in this blog post are about driving in Kathmandu based mostly on my experiences driving in the city, . . . → Read More: I Don’t Always Drive in Kathmandu, But When I do…

In & Around Kathmandu, Social Media

Nepal Journalism: Atrociously Biased or Just Plain Lazy or Something Else?

I have come across evidence, again and again, of media in Nepal being incredibly biased. Here’s one set. . . . → Read More: Nepal Journalism: Atrociously Biased or Just Plain Lazy or Something Else?

In & Around Kathmandu

Sole Survivor

If you live in Kathmandu and walk the roads of the city as much as I do, you have to be a sole survivor… . . . → Read More: Sole Survivor

In & Around Kathmandu

When “Gods” Don’t Help

We have individuals in positions of authority who believe that images of Gods, Godesses and other religious figures can solve our problems with open defecation and urination in an area. How else do you explain what you see next to the Department of Passport on Kantipath, in Kathmandu? . . . → Read More: When “Gods” Don’t Help

In & Around Kathmandu, Nepal Education, Tertiary Education

When Politics Drives, Education Takes a Backseat

When you put politics in the driver’s seat at institutions of higher education, education takes a backseat and, except for a small select group, everyone and the country loses out. . . . → Read More: When Politics Drives, Education Takes a Backseat

In & Around Kathmandu, Traffic

To Yield, or Not to Yield: That ISN’T The Question

Hamletian (!) they might not be but the roads of Kathmandu do present dilemmas. . . . → Read More: To Yield, or Not to Yield: That ISN’T The Question

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