Mr. Lobzang Dorji is a Doctoral Research Fellow at Vilnius University, Lithuania. At present, he is nominated as a member of the World Council of Sinologists by the Secretariat of the World Council of Sinologists, Beijing Language and Cultural University.
He has also completed his MA in International Studies, PG Diploma in Rural Development, and PG Diploma in Human Rights from UNESCO Institute of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, Pondicherry Central University, India. He completed his BA in History & Dzongkha from Sherubtse College, Royal University of Bhutan.
In the entire journey of his career, he started his career as Journalist for Bhutan Times, a researcher for Bhutan Tourism Corporation Limited, Project Coordinator for Bhutan Association for Women Entrepreneurs, Tour Guide to Yangphel Adventure, and most recently as Lecturer, Business Incubation Manager and UN Staff Moderator to Sherubtse College, Royal University of Bhutan.
To date, he served as the Project Coordinator and Lead Trainer under Skill Development Plan 2021-2023 on Basic Entrepreneurship Course for the Department of Employment and Entrepreneurship.
He is certified Training of Trainers on Business and Entrepreneurship and the certified Training of Trainers on Video Storyboarding & Crowdfunding conducted by the United Nations Development Programme, Royal Education Council, and Ministry of Labor and Human Resources.
I have had the privilege to visit Bhutanese houses; both modern day flats displaying several characteristics of development and huts where families live in just two rooms. Every house has an altar, with water offerings and water offerings made.
Health-conscious people in urban Bhutan begin their day jogging for a few kilometers every day. Those inclined to the Divine begins their day with prayers. What one does in a day is also prescribed by social, economical, and other elements. There are several factors that dictate how one starts their day.
If there is a heaven, if there is one, would not be a piece of land spread over a beach with luxury displayed ostentatiously? It cannot be like a world created through human innovation by giants of Wall Street. It ought to be a place with Nature in its most original form; virgin peaks epitomizing beauty. And it has to be Bhutan.