Posts Tagged ‘bhutanese’

Prakash’s School

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Storyteller Prakash shares a day in the life of Bhutanese students in Nashville. This student-produced video was created as part of the American Graduate project, funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Preparing Nepali Food in Nashville

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

This video takes us through the process that Bhutanese-Nepali refugees have to go through in order to buy and prepare their cultural food–including numerous different stops at specialty markets in Nashville. Shared by Prakash Subedi as part of NPT’s Storytellers project.

Joel Sport Video

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Joel is a Bhutanese refugee living in Nashville. America has provided him access to sports he never experienced in refugee camps back in Nepal.

Challenges of Living in the States

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

A Bhutanese refugee shares his experiences of adapting to the cultural differences between Bhutan and the US.

The First Bhutanese Refugee in Nashville

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

Yam Kharel, the first Bhutanese refugee to resettle in Nashville, discusses how he came to the U.S and challenges he faced when he got here.

Bhutanese Cultural Presentation

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

A cultural presentation adorned by Bhutanese Nepali cultural songs and dances organized by Bhutanese Community of Tennessee in order to replicate the Bhutanese cultural and social fabric to the local and international community. Bhutanese participants from about 30 states participated during the historic cultural program.

Bhutanese Milk Tea

Posted on: June 23rd, 2014 by Nashville Public Television No Comments

The specialty of the Bhutanese- Nepali Milk Tea. CHIYA. The process of making it and its new scope in West.

Raju’s Roti

Posted on: February 14th, 2013 by nptnextdoorneighbors No Comments

Storyteller Raju Dahal shares two of his favorite Nepali foods, Momo and Roti, traditionally served at ceremonial events.

Storytellers: Inside a Hindu Naming Ceremony in Nashville

Posted on: September 4th, 2012 by nptnextdoorneighbors No Comments

Many cultures and religious traditions have rituals around the birth of a child. For many families who have settled in a new land, preserving these rituals is of utmost importance, even if only in the privacy of their own home.

In this video, storytellers Kamal Bastola and Prakash Subedi give us an intimate look at a Bhutanese family conducting a naming ceremony for a recent newborn baby, a traditional ceremony in Hindu custom.