• The Archers of Bhutan

by Mindy Yang

The small country of Bhutan is roughly the size of Switzerland and has been completely isolated from the rest of the world for a long time. While the country is opening itself to the outside world they are still strong in their traditions. Every weekend a competition will be held between two villages to find out who has the best archers. Visit the country, the people and the competition and witness all the strange but fascinating ways used to get an advantage over the opposing team.

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