Saturday, October 22, 2016

Shame on UNICEF & Aamir Khan

UNICEF has been in Bhutan since 1974 – and yet, after 42 years of being in the country – they remain oblivious to the country’s culture, tradition and etiquette.

Indian actor Amir Khan can be forgiven for his poor sense of dress - after all he is merely an actor not generally known for their sensitivity to cultural etiquette or social grace. But what is UNICEF’s excuse for allowing their Regional Goodwill Ambassador to present himself so inappropriately dressed in the presence of a Prime Minister of a country? UNICEF’s officials in the country should know that such informal dress (jeans) and head gear that resemble those worn by the underworld thugs of Mumbai, is not allowed inside the Gyalyong Tshokhang.


How can UNICEF be proud to present such a shabbily dressed, culturally insensitive person to be a torchbearer of their organization’s cause? They should have had the common sense to inform their Goodwill Ambassador that the organization would be better represented, if he exhibited a level of social etiquette, in particular, when presenting himself to the highest executive in the country.

Shamefully uneducated and insulting!

76 comments:

  1. Those who r barking now, should have stood there right on the moment and raised the awareness or should have stopped him before entering. If he is allowed by the highrler officials and the security means that the dresscode is not wrong. Use a little more sense because Islam/Muslim people shows respect by covering their head. u are a shame for the country whosoever u r because u could do nothing for the awareness to the guest, and now u r manipulating people's mind by spreading hatred. U r not a hero my dear "sudden patriot" !!!!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. He was representing a world organisation, all over the world people are taught etiquette. And because of the respect Bhutan have for unicef and because we have etiquette the people would have let him pass. I don't get what people are talking about when they say, " look at what he is doing for our country".what has he done for our country ? If anything he gained a ton of die hard supports i guess who are willing and ready to give up our age old traditions just for a guy who have not done jack shit for our country, most probably only heard about bhutan when unicef informed him. And FYI people of islamic fate only wear their scarf when they go to the mosque, not everyday. and they do not wear jeans and boots when they do that. For you the two huge NATIONAL FLAG AND THE KUPAR OF HIS MAJESTY behind them mean nothing ? For us it does , that is why we are raising our voice. even if the writer is a sudden patriot , at least he/she is that much, not like u pride less people, few good words and u all are ready to defend him to death, nobody is writing this to become a hero , they are doing so because they are PROUD BHUTANESE, unlike you people.

      Delete
    2. I was the first one to raise objection on facebook with a monkey's picture. Good will ambassador for any international body has a selling point and such characters babble out the dictates of that organization. In essence, he has nothing original n humane things for anyone. For him such roles enhances his market value n actually does little or nothing for anyone n much less for Bhutan. Wasn't the MEA informed? Wasn't a protocol officer assigned for his duty? D
      Doesn't the MEA brief the protocol officers like we used to in the old days to correct, inform n educate the bare minimum decorum/dresscode to be observed when visiting institutions like Gyaltsokhang n Lyonchen's office? Democracy aside, we are very much a monarchy which commands respect of the highest order!

      Delete
  2. I totally agree with Mr. Yeshey Dorji. I haven't seen any Muslim man in a bandana scarf sit with our highest official like Mr. Amir Khan did. Anyway, as far as I know, the man didn't come to Bhutan as an ambassador of Islam.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I agree. I would once again refer these people as ignorant fools and very ungrateful. This is not us, we are Bhutanese and we make our guest feel welcomed. We donot defame them. I wish the government or some higher officials would knock some sense to these wanna be patriots.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. IGNORANT FOOL IS YOU. DO YOU NOT SEE THE TWO BIG BHUTAN FLAG BEHIND HIM? DO YOU NOT HAVE EVEN AN OUNCE OF PRIDE. NOBODY IS DEFAMING ANY BODY, THE ARE DEFENDING THE PRIDE OF THE COUNTRY, YOU GUYS ARE THE FOOLS. WHO TAUGHT YOU TO READ AND WRITE , YOUR AAMIR KHAN? AND YOU ARE TELLING THE PEOPLE DEFENDING THE PRIDE OF THE COUNTRY UNGRATEFUL? FOR WHAT REASON DOES BHUTANESE PEOPLE NEED TO BE GRATEFUL TO AAMIR KHAN FOR? IT WAS THE ROYAL GOVERNMENT OF BHUTAN THAT TAUGHT YOU TO READ AND WRITE. MOST PROBABLY THE PEOPLE SUPPORTING AAMIR KHAN WOULD NOT EVEN KNOW THE WHAT UNICEF STOOD FOR . YOU BELLIGERENT FOOLS. LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT.

      Delete
  4. Bhutan is by it's religion very open to any behaviour and culture. Furthermore, the rules of the country states that a foreigner entering a formal place should wear one from the two- a long sleeve or a collar shirt. Atleast Amir khan tried both. I believe it is not Amir Khan's fault or not even UNICEF's. It is how you see that creates the problem. Please be minded that your post might offend UNICEF and our guest Amir Khan.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I totally back you on that! I see nothing wrong with this. These people call themselves tolerant and Buddhist while their egos fly much higher than their talent can back it up. Aamir came here as a goodwill ambassador and also gave his fans his style statement. These views expressed are solely meant to divide the nation and create chaos by making a mountain out of a mole hill. Cut the guy some slack you insolent creatures!! But of course, you naysayers always see the negatives and quickly jump the gun before giving any mindful analysis. But you are entitled to your opinion but certainly do not bring it out to the public who certainly do not appreciate your "backward" propagandas.

      Delete
  5. The name is Aamir, not Amir.
    But I bet he wouldn't care, because he's more into the mission and task and goodwill, not into arcane formalities and insignificant details.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Disgrace to u and your mentality.Today time has come to this extent that of discovering life on the Mars and people like u are still fighting and judging others of their dress code,religion and culture.Respect the thought not the look.

      Delete
    2. Bravo Joselito๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

      Delete
  6. i have nothing against any religion but i feel that unicef Bhutan office would not have briefed him

    ReplyDelete
  7. Dear blogger.... Mr. Amir Khan in not here to learn or follow our driglam namzha. He is just here as a Goodwill Ambasador and he did is job. You just only know to point finger to others but your common sense and knowledge about other religion is vry narrow. This is their way of showing respect.You get to fill your brain before talking about others.Just stand in front of mirror and try to know yourself.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I don't think what he wore should matter..as long as he's fully covered..but what his thoughts and ideas are for the betterment of our country and the cause that should be more important. .some people only know how to spread hatred ..they need to take a chill pill..

    ReplyDelete
  9. Mr. Yeshey Dorji, I doubt you, I mean are you a real Bhutanese or a fake Bhutanese? Are you trying to put the name of Bhutanese at low!? I don't t think a real Bhutanese would say shame to such a reputed UN organization or to its ambassador just for not wearing formal dress. Many Bhutanese have already pointed out about Mr. Khans dress, whether it had been seen good or bad by others, I don't see any problem in it. He brought his good thoughts and hard work at UNICEF to share and act with the Bhutanese so rather than seeing from a negative ๐Ÿ‘Ž point, why don't we try to at least thank him for being to Bhutan. Please people, UNICEF is doing good for our people and I am sure whoever the ambassador maybe amidst his dress code, we should acknowledge their help in our developing country. Look into positive

    ReplyDelete
  10. Purpose of his visit is important then the purpose of his appearance or dressing.

    ReplyDelete
  11. For god sake grow up Yeshey, I believe that you are still dwelling in the mid 90's. We have come to an era whereby dress up doesn't prove a person's worth. Amir Khan is a public figure, well known for his dedication,acting and hardwork, so before you comment on his attire you make sure you are worthy of commenting.
    P.S I forgot to mention that you make no sense.

    ReplyDelete
  12. M glad Mr. Amir didn't meet people like you or else he would have had entirely a different say about us!people who met him has very good things to say about him unlike some of u, who think you are doing a great job by making an issue about something that's not even an issue!and who are you to shame The UNICEF.. Stop being an ass and go get life!!

    ReplyDelete
  13. I am an Indian and I am admitting that it was a mistake. Aamir khan was not in a religious gathering . Why every mistakes has to be justified. Where Islam teaches to wear a jeans when you are meeting a state head. Even I remember when he met our Pm Modi he was wearing one. This is sense less dress code. Those who don't know Bhutanese PM let me tell them he is the same PM who collects garbage while going to Office. During Brics summit GOA's famous sunshine worldwide school was all set to honour him for his selfless life. My sincere apologies to people of Bhutan.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Showing respect in front and backbiting behind is not a character of Bhutanese either. Blogger please grow.....

    ReplyDelete
  15. I totally agree wth yeshey. Its a singh who are allowed to wear their turban. When you say sth please be minded there are reader who wud laughed at u for wat u r writing. Khan they wear scarf on their head when they enter their mosque. We know he came for a good cause and i appreciate him and unicef for doing dat.
    My fren will u be happy if he ws wearing that same attire infrnt of the king. Just because he ws a prime minister u guys r saying its ok. Remember he ws the one who we elected as a prime minister and that name called prime minister means a lot. Show some respect.

    ReplyDelete
  16. I don't understand why people are so bothered about the his dressing when he is such a nice human being , what I believe is being human is the first priority ����������������

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Sorry this theme is not Amir Khan's instead it is Salman Khan's......

      Delete
  17. I got a message with that dress in mind.its 'Why always differentiate?' black and white, high and low, rich and poor and ofcourse formal and informal. Bhutan need to wake up and stop all those gradually.

    ReplyDelete
  18. As said little knowledge is very dangerous, some of our Bhutanese friends are defaming Aamir Khan for his dress code. The head cover is the proper etiquette in the Muslim community. Without knowing how can we defame someone who came to our country good cause. I am also a Bhutanese but I don't feel it as a big issue.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Well! As I have seen with the reply of 1st comment to the blogger, it's true that he or she(the blogger) would have raised this issue at that time of his visit only, not after when the job is done.....
    Also, I too support the blogger that atleast he would have presented himself in tie and shoots, which would have a better presentation in front of higher officials....guys, what do u say???

    ReplyDelete
  20. Everything revolves around a reason. The blogger has is own reason for writing this article and i respect him for that. But from my point of view, i feel that external appearence doesnt matter much. What matter the most is the internal thought and action. And we know that UNICEF has been helping us alot. So i respect the kindness and willingness to help of Aamir khan rather than his dress.

    ReplyDelete
  21. Mr. Yeshey Dorji, As much as I want to commend you for you inconsiderate blogging, I think you are doing more harm here than provide help. As Bhutanese, we certainly do not make our guest feel at unease, we extend full courtesy. That's who we are and who we will always be. That's who Aamir is and always will be. He is not a suck-up and never will be. And I truly do not believe that you are a Bhutanese citizen either. You blog to create chaos, divide and bring anarchy to our peaceful and tolerant nation. Body language is a relative expression. Crossing legs is considered inappropriate in Bhutanese customs but scientifically, crossing your legs towards the other person represents confirmity and respects for the other. Do not try to ruin the image of our Country for something as insignificant and petty as this. You should know better than that. All I see in the picture is two renowned public figures conversing with eachother in a manner that goes to say that they are absolutely at ease with eachother. Nothing cold about the picture. The world is not a perfect place and that's the beauty of it. One man's food is another's poison. Fortunately,unlike you, I never look at the negatives. Try focussing on the positives, life will be so much better. Aamir looks handsome here and so does our PM. What a great picture!

    ReplyDelete
  22. The disgusting blogger! Before you post such hilarious article you need to know firstly their cultures.

    ReplyDelete
  23. i feel ashame of Bhutanese! very narrow minded. whoever wrote this is just a fish in the pond who thinks his pond is only the biggest one without exposure to outside world. Grow up man.

    ReplyDelete
  24. i feel ashame of Bhutanese! very narrow minded. whoever wrote this is just a fish in the pond who thinks his pond is only the biggest one without exposure to outside world. Grow up man.

    ReplyDelete
  25. Funny how an educated man cannot see beyond clothes people wear.

    ReplyDelete
  26. I fully support the writer. Aamir Khan should have dressed formally. Like pointed out above - Muslims use headgear ONLY in the Mosque. Jeans is nowhere considered as a formal wear. Aamir Khan is a smart man and we can't say he is not aware of all this. He maybe a Good Ambassador but Bhutan is already doing well in our development activities without him visiting Bhutan.
    What more, He was meeting with THE PM of the Country. He can dress formally for a film festival .... This says All.

    ReplyDelete
  27. But i think only "good intention" alone may not be justifyable for not being in formal dress when visiting PM in his office. It wud hv been ok if amir met pm in some place outside the office. We may b in 21st century doesnt mean we dont need/require driglam namzha. If so, then, y all these fuss about wearing gho, we can all wear any pants coz we work n our intentions r good! I kno some of u will say i hv to wear gho coz m bhutanese, damn u. If we r to talk about religion, we may not b allowed to go into mosque without covering our head, even if we r in our nqtional attire. Fuck these bhutanese who are headoverheel bent to defending the ambasador.

    ReplyDelete
  28. Don't make big Isuse with small Isuse, just think that happened by different culture and religions, that's enough,

    ReplyDelete
  29. Who ever it is mind it that your post could harm nation and relation btw UN awa with India for whom we relay on it as of now...so if i were you i would have given thoughts before i create these nuisance...who ever it is..Aamir khan was here on a mission not to learn cultural etiquette..What ever your job is. do that instead of finding edge of fault.. It is not that we dont love our country and cultural but there are certain time that we cant do like incase of Aamir khan who was on 2 days visits. Dragging the religion awa cultural of from you to shame him will not do any good..as we can see that your post seems to offend even our own people...my advise as junior to brother is that it will offend us not them..cuz we are still dependant to them not them on us..mind it brother.

    ReplyDelete
  30. No need to formal.. It fo goodwill

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Does that mean if it wasn't for goodwill, he has to wear formal? Man, grow up.

      Delete
  31. Can't believe this. This would have been an issue to talk about if he came here for vacation. But he came here to work. Did it occur to you that his time here was limited? The man's mmaking the most of the time he had.. if anything , his dress up shows how committed he is in doing his work.. shame on you for writing this article. People like you are the ones who make people not want to come to Bhutan

    ReplyDelete
  32. Hey there! It will be better if you erase this piece before Indian Media catch. I am citizen of Bhutan, I respect my King, country and people. I don't want them to be in trouble. And I am sure you won't be able to fight with India. Moreover I think Amirkhan is not the right person to conserv our culture and tradition, if am not wrong!
    Thanku!☺

    ReplyDelete
  33. Whoever wrote this is a retard. Seriously, we fon't need people who defame we the Bhutanese.
    We are known to be kind and generious. Don't be such a judgmental idiot and go around posting shits.
    Are you fussing about his dressing just because he is an actor? According to you, William and Kate should also NOT have worn the dresses they were wearing in front of the national flag? Shoukd they have worn Gho and Kira? Why weren't you fussing then? Please, just because you couldn't do anything good, don't go talking shits about people(Aamir Khan) who have made change possible in the world. But of course, some backward people like you are always the reason why goods things bound to happen don't happen.
    Get a life attention seeker.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Dude, I'd like to point out that when William and Kate visited, they were in formal wear. Prince William was came well presented in a suit and the duchess prepared her dress months before she came. The writer didn't say about having to wear Jho adn Kira but you should know how to present yourself in certain situations. I don't think you'll ever dare to go in casual even in conferences. What we mean is that he should have done a background check on Bhutan before he visited. Ofcourse, he came as a goodwill representative, but he was representing India and UNICEF. With a responsibility like that, it was a major drawback for him to have a FORMAL meeting with the PM (not just anybody)in causal wear. It's not attention the writer seeks, but really, have any ambassadors ever come to meet the PM in jeans? Please get your facts right before you post anywhere. One should know what to wear according to different situations.

      Delete
  34. I would like to read such condemnation for the speech made by PM Modi in parliament in Hindi. When PM Modi speak English in other country, why Hindi in Bhutanese parliament?

    ReplyDelete
  35. Is that what we called GNH by defaming others, after all Bhutan is land of thunder dragon with unique culture and religious thoughts. Forget about welcoming the guest, appreciating the work that he does, you guys are concern with that piece of cake about his dresscode, simply sitting on chair asif you are like judge commenting this and that "its not good, blah blah" Cmon grow up really needs a critical thinking, be opmistic. Cuz it aint gonna work after all its all bullshit.

    ReplyDelete
  36. Omg learn to appreciate yeshi we love his hardwork and dedication to our country. And u idiot alys tryna defaming others and so much concern abt his dresscode... after all its a piece of cake and ua making big issue. Ua nt the Bhutanese but just a bloody shit.

    ReplyDelete
  37. It takes time for Bhutanese to grow up.its the same country who forced so many Bhutanese people to become refugee because of the dress code.it should be a hard time to see him in such dress .you suffer lot but you guys can't express because that is also culture in bhutan. What a life.

    ReplyDelete
  38. No need to observe dress code for Indians lo. Special consideration eng lo.

    ReplyDelete
  39. LEARN TO LOOK BEYOND WHAT YOUR EYES CAN SIGHT AND APPRECIATE BEYONG WHAT YOU CAN PERCEIVE, YESHI!!!

    ReplyDelete
  40. After all the hoo n has et al it makes no sense in talking behind somebody's back if you feel so fired by such love if ettutquette u should have taken the matter with the protocol n UNICEF counterpart in Bhutan but now at this time u r just causing nonsensical nuisance of it all .... also mind u one cannot impose ones etiquette on others coz it means different things to different people... for example r u going to stop the thais going down on knees tibetains from pulling their tongue n wearing hats etc etc ... so don't make a hue n cry of things that have finally been good .. appreciate the good ignore the bad... best of luck pal

    ReplyDelete
  41. Hey admin. U need to know what u r posting. Don't think dat our higher officials r fools. If des wasn't allowed, den the officials wouldn't have allowed either. Ur senseless post might bring huge impact to de nation. Better delete before everyone's eye is on.

    ReplyDelete
  42. Don't try to bring our country low. Just because of single man like u, whole nation is seen low. I think the government should react to des admin.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I am a big fan of Amir Khan. He is not only a fabulous actor but a great social worker but I am disappointed by his sense of dress code and ethics. He should have been advised about Bhutan ' s etiquette when meeting the Prime Minister of the country.

      Delete
  43. I cannot agree more. Being an actor and making films is for his own good but when representing worlds highest body as a good will ambassador, he should learn to appreciate varied culture, sentiments and respect. Cheers for your good observation

    ReplyDelete
  44. Dear Sir, were you drunk when you wrote this article. For someone who I thought was very broad minded, this comes as a shock.

    ReplyDelete
  45. Author I am waiting for you to write up same length of an article thanking him for his visit and help to our women and children.
    Teach your children the cultural values and tradition, that might be of real help to the country if you really care.

    ReplyDelete
  46. People of small country always thinks small.... So people of small country with tiny brains... Its shame to see you all over reacting for such a things... Who ever is against Amir for this dress.... Wow u guys are hypocrite... U r suck.....Hahahhahh

    ReplyDelete
  47. I used to have so much respect for this blogger, but clearly he is as stupid as the rest of the internet trolls. Aamir Khan was here on a two day tour on a UN field trip mission, he was invited to the PM's office at the last moment and he obliged, even wore a formal jacket for the meet. Before you preach Mr Yeshi it's better you practice i am sure are not the torch bearer of Bhutanese culture and beyond flaws. You seriously need to grow up although you are my dad's age. shame on you for making Bhutan look and sound so petty.

    ReplyDelete
  48. Yeshey dorji, its a shame that you have such a minute vision of the people. Judging people by their attire and blinding self by distrust and negativity. I'm happy to see that 90/100 comments above are against you. Bhutan is called land of happiness and its a shame to see someone like you spreading hatred ness. Poor you, I would rather like to see you doing your job of photography than to try something new like writing, which sucks in your case. Very bad example and articulation of negative thoughts.

    ReplyDelete
  49. I think what the author has written makes sense to me. I totally agree with him.
    On the other hand, Aamir Khan was very aptly dressed for the 18th MAMI film festival in Mimbai, not in jeans and scarf, held a day after he returned from Bhutan. Maybe Aamir's luggage got offloaded (pun intemded)

    ReplyDelete
  50. shameless goes not to Amir khan and UNICEF but shameless goes to a person who wrote this shit.....
    One must be thankful for his visit to Bhutan. With love and concern he came here, though he isn't Bhutanese citizen.
    if his attitude and thinking is same as yours, so narrow then he would never visit Bhutan....Be thankful for what he had done instead of searching for what he hadn't done....
    I don't think he deserve your shameless words, if you think he does then all the Bhutanese citizen should have same feedback as yours. but we don't, because we are happy that he came here with concern.....
    You are just letting our country down....please, if you are not ok with their attitude, then keep in yourself.
    no need to announce to all the citizen of Bhutan...
    we are positive, we know to see positive by ignoring all the negatives......

    ReplyDelete
  51. why you all guys are reacting, as if he is Bhutanse citizen disrespecting the culture of Bhutan.....
    If he is Bhutanese Citizen, at least it makes sense you know...
    Firstly, learn yourself to preserve our own culture, than talk about other citizen of not respecting our culture...
    You are just funny.....
    I don't know, why people like to see the fault by keeping away the good things....
    Be positive....

    ReplyDelete
  52. I am seeing lots of comment saying that "why is he wearing scarf like Muslim?" And guys what do you mean by that, can't Muslim people visit our our country Bhutan? Remember that a lot of us are working here in middle east. I know that Mr.Khan was not properly dressed which is kinda disrespectful eespecially infront of PM and while visiting schools in front of our flag but please friend don't assume and make your own judgement as it's not looking nice when we always point some negativity in other. And especially when i see that we are having clashes in our own ideas and logics it does not look good.if u wanna say just say that" get dressed properly everyone whenever you have official visit to Bhutan" a kind of awareness "RESPECT US TO GET RESPECT YOUR SELF"
    Love to all from Qatar
    Deki

    ReplyDelete
  53. As I go through what you all have to say I came across your opinions. I saw every opinions are for the betterment of our country.I respect u all. I feel that every body here are aware of some mistakes in dress code while entering the highest office. But then I feel that people are supporting amir not wanting to hurt unicef which is of great help for long. And those who are against amir were also aware of help unicef is rendering. They were not against unicef. Its good that every one of us knew unicef is of great help to us. The only thing is amir khans dress code not unicef. Amir is such a reputed person. If he dont have hesitation for that being a great person thats it for us i feel. He will feel guilty if he was wrong nothing to make issue on this. I also felt y Cant he present lil better in pm office when he could present himself better in film festival later. But we cant blame him too without knowing much about it. He must hav good reasons than what is known by us. Lets hope for good things friends n ttop here. What we want is support only.

    ReplyDelete
  54. Haters and lovers hate each other!

    ReplyDelete
  55. Aamir Khan is an intelligent creative artist who excels at defying conventional thought and tradition. You will understand this if you looked at some of his notable work in the recent past – for e.g. PK, 3 Idiots. Now I may be speculating a little bit here - only Mr Khan will be able to tell if it was his creative way of testing the open-mindedness of a country steeped in traditions, or whether it was a lapse in his understanding of Bhutanese etiquette. I’m also not so sure whether UNICEF is responsible for instructing what he wears. I believe some countries do have briefings on dress codes from the host office. In any case, as a Bhutanese I’m inclined to share your concerns around dress code and respect as that is how I was brought up to be. However, I’m not so sure that is necessarily a symbol of respect as understood by other cultures.
    However, what I feel a little more concerned about is the way respectable citizens like yourself using a sensationalizing cheap press tactics to attack the parties concerned (your title says it all) without even a mention of the substance of the visit. This is nothing short of throwing the baby with the bath water.

    ReplyDelete
  56. whoo the fcuk is amir khan ..a terrorist

    ReplyDelete
  57. Hi Bhutanese folks. There is a dress code, which is well accepted world wide in meetings and conferences. And that's Smart Casual. Sharp formal wears are for European and American politicians these days. As for the black bandana or scarf; while Mr. Amir Khan would know the best why he's wearing it. But what I understand by wearing black scarf is that some one is mourning the death in the family or of some distinguished ffigure.

    ReplyDelete
  58. Amir Khan is not Bhutanese so there is nothing to blame him...many are againest you@Yeshi sir.so just think what you have done.instead of blamming him we should appreciate him for coming here and giving information.i am just disagree with u and please dont let our country to be down.

    ReplyDelete
  59. Such a shameful post, wherein one was supposed to welcome the distinguished guest and not to bash him. In this already divided world, such message would further divide people.

    If ever WWIII breaks, it could be related consequent to such posts, which are merely stirring controversies and gaining attention.

    Mr. Bhutanese, you disappointed me.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. What a fallacy you post, sir. Good connection of a post on a visit by the ambassador to the WWIII. Certainly gets attention of people who speak before they think.

      Delete
  60. Have the eyes to see beyond. It is his identity. Didn't you realize yet?

    ReplyDelete
  61. Train your mind to look at the brighter side Bro.

    ReplyDelete