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Zam
Hello from Bhutan!
The first podcast to come out of Bhutan ft. everything you should know and did not know you should know from the land of Gross National Happiness. The show is hosted by Bhutanese journalist, Namgay Zam. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/support
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 23 ratings
Just wow 👍
Wow
Lekjay via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/24/20
Insightful
Thank you for elevating the voice of women and leading by example. Loved especially the interview with Pawo (which I would love to see) and bringing awareness of topics coming from the perspective out of Bhutan and yet are universal. Look forward to additional episodes.
muselulu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/20
So real. So honest. So informative. ❤️
Ye Dem via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/31/19
Recent Episodes
Karma Dupchen gives great advice on navigating queer relationships in this podcast.  Also hear a transboy in high school talk about understanding and expressing his identity, and hear him sing beautifully.  --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/message Support this...
Published 01/31/21
Hello from Bhutan is highlighting queer stories from Bhutan this new season. This episode was originally filmed for Queer Talks Bhutan. It features Pema Dorji, founder of Queer Voices of Bhutan. Queer Voices of Bhutan are the producers of Queer Talks Bhutan.  --- Send in a voice message:...
Published 01/11/21
Hello from Bhutan is highlighting queer stories from Bhutan this new season. This episode was originally filmed for Queer Voices Bhutan. It features Aum Penjore, Bhutan's oldest known transwoman. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/namgay-zam/message Support this podcast:...
Published 01/11/21
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