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Comments to article «14 Facts About Bhutan — a Country With Free Healthcare and No Homeless People»

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Waooow !!! I never knew such country exist in such a tradition waaaaaaoe ... indeed I respect the fact that they isolate them self from the world to Preserve their peace and happiness
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Every family must give one of their sons to the monks, when they are tiny children, moved to a very far away monastery where they and 'looked after' by old and older monks. There are monastery s full of these young boy way up in the hills who are not treated well and who never see there family again. This is one of the saddest country's in the world. ......!!!!!
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Wherever you read that was an outdated source. It used to be true in the past but this practice is no longer exists. It had been dead for decades now.
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Thanks for sharing about this beautiful country,such an ideal place to live... Role model for all the world.
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Don't like that you have to give your son to a monestry wouldn't like that.. The place looks lovely and there traditions .Giving your son or any child sorry no.Choki Lhamo has just stated that this practice no longer exists.
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Well, now I want to visit this majestic country ?
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Bright side,
I have been watching your updates since long time now but I am not happy with this post as you haven't done adequate research.
Because I am Bhutanese.
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