Archive for September, 2014

September 11, 2014

queen of bhutan tulip 2014 for sale

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10342775_761943010504413_8608986080161811489_nThe ‘Queen of Bhutan’ tulip edition 2014 is for sale at bhutan+partners at four euros per bag of five tulip bulbs. This excludes shipping costs.

The ‘Queen of Bhutan’ tulip was personally chosen by her majesty the Queen of Bhutan Ashi Jetsun Pema Wangchuck at the occasion of her Royal Wedding in 2011. Since 2013 the tulips have  flowered in the Bhutanese and Dutch Royal Gardens and in the garden of Bhutan Lovers.

The tulip bulbs can be bought through bhutan+partners by sending a mail to: postmaster@bhutanandpartners.org. In a few weeks the tulip bulbs can als0 be obtained in Bhutan through Ms Yanki Tsherings’ shop at the centennial market in Thimphu, Bhutan.

More info at:  Tulip_Info_aug 2014 (1)

Paula-Jongmans_DSC6869Her Majesty the Queen of Bhutan

September 9, 2014

’86centimetres…’ and ‘the red door’ at vienna film festival

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’86centimetres…’ and ‘The Red Door’ were selected, among other films made in Bhutan, for the Bhutan film festival in Vienna, Ostria 23 – 25 September 2014. ‘The Red Door’ by Tashi Gyeltshen will also be screened at Graz and Linz.

info: Bhutan film festival Vienna

Postproduction of ‘The Red Door’ was supported by the Bhutan Film Trust, coordinated by bhutan+partners. Tahsi Gyeltshens film premiered in January at the International Film Festival in Rotterdam.

info: The Red Door

’86centimetres…’ is a Bhutan – Dutch coproduction produced by bhutan+partners about the excavation works at lake Thorthormi. It captures  the efforts of Bhutanese government and lay people to prevent a Glacial Lake Outburst flooding a major threat for people and nature.

info: www.86centimetres.org and 86centimetres…

September 4, 2014

congress ‘everybody happy’ – 3 october 2014

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Jigmi Y. ThinleyManagement training and event centre De Baak, the Netherlands is organising the “Everybody Happy” congress for entrepreneurs on October 3, 2014. Not that long ago, boardrooms or political meetings would echo with derision at the idea of anyone trying to put ‘happiness’ on the agenda. But now it has become a topic which both intrigues and inspires.

Happiness appears to be the ultimate factor for business success and for society’s quality. People work together better and make more of society if they are happy. De Baak is highly honoured to host a contribution from H.E. Jigmi Y. Thinley, former Prime Minister of Bhutan – the only country in the world where Gross National Happiness is measured each year.

Jenn LimCEO and Chief Happiness Officer of Delivering Happiness will explain  how happiness contributes to brilliant business results. Jenn was co-author of the book Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh, founder of online retailer Zappos. bhutan+partners is supporting De Baak with advice and clips with interviews of H.E Jigmi Y. Thinley on Gross National Happiness and environmental changes. Clips with H.E. Jigmi Y. Thinley on the Conference Everybody Happy (August 2014) and Climate Change (August 2010)