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Bhutan's Gross National Happiness

This country is so serious about its citizens' well-being, it measures Gross National Happiness: welcome to Bhutan.

19/01/2018 9:16 AM
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  • Pinky K.
    20/01/2019 20:00

    NO WORDS.

  • Yash M.
    22/04/2018 11:43

    Un sucks

  • Yang L.
    22/04/2018 11:03

    good job and keep it up. never mind the UN.

  • Felipe M.
    18/04/2018 20:56

    los maes estan leyendo negri

  • Achraf E.
    18/04/2018 18:05

    la9ta lawla hhh boughza

  • Raju L.
    17/04/2018 14:51

    More than10'000 Nepali origin Bhutanese are leaving in exile in Jhapa Refugee camp in Eastern Nepal...probably this is the reason they are HaPpY since the Government captured all their properties and sent them to exile as refugees...Soon Bhutan's GNH will loose it's record,India Military has imposed it's power over Bhutan Military and has,many Indian military camps inside Bhutan,Eventually in near future,India will take all the benefits from it's Natural resources and if the Bhutanese Gvt goes against the will of india..!!! the Bhutanese King will be thrown out from the power same as in Nepal...Or Royal mascar can occurr Beware !!!????

  • Sandip R.
    16/04/2018 05:07

    What about democracy , soverignity and minorities in Bhutan?

  • Christopher V.
    16/04/2018 00:45

    Gross National Happiness sounds alot like indecent exposure 😂

  • Jimenez V.
    15/04/2018 23:51

    But they're HAPPY!!!

  • Sandeep T.
    15/04/2018 13:50

    I won't buy any government report.

  • Pal T.
    15/04/2018 13:21

    Yes Dallace Menchin...happiness cant be bought with money neither we will have happiness without money. Those days when there wasnt any modern facilities people were surviving happily with whatever little they could share among family members and neighbors but slowly development with modern education started taking place started coming in many other stressful factors too.Therefore GNH policy model sometime seems just as illusive as any other development ideaology of the world unless its balanced not only in theory but in practice too and thats what exactly lacking here. Thanks for reading.

  • Philbert A.
    14/04/2018 22:00

    Wonderful

  • Yngve S.
    12/04/2018 22:49

    Sorry, just talking about happiness isn't enough. Problems need to be solved, the main one being poverty.

  • Pilar A.
    12/04/2018 18:57

    qué maravilla!...

  • Chea M.
    12/04/2018 01:55

    ever seen? Hope it's helpful for u

  • Daniel D.
    11/04/2018 06:44

    I've had many friends in Bhutan many years, it's same as all other countries! Lots of youth gangs, unemployment, poverty, pain and suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, infidelity just like most places.

  • Sony D.
    11/04/2018 05:39

    There might talking different in background as she said materialistic though this is 21sr century highly developed thinking in natural way of life to sustain healthy world.

  • Selim A.
    11/04/2018 05:35

    Lovely. I love Bhutan, it's people and it's Royal Kingdom. A very beautiful country of the world. Long live Bhutan.

  • Gaspar N.
    11/04/2018 03:50

    A place I'd like to visit, Bhutan. But the nearest consulate is probably in Hong Kong.

  • Suzan A.
    10/04/2018 21:58

    Thinley Jiggs

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