Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cooking Nepali style

I used to be a pretty terrible cook. I was really never taught how to cook when I was younger and I guess it set the pattern for most of my early adult years. But when I met Rabindra, I … Continue reading

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Being a woman in Nepal

We all know that gender inequality exists around the world but many of you might not know about the situation for women in Nepal. Right now, I don’t care about political correctness. The fact is, in Nepal, men are treated … Continue reading

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Language…don’t call me sweaty!

I think there’s at least one thing nearly all people in intercultural relationships have in common. That is the magnificent, yet, pain-staking problem of language differences. When I am with Rabindra and his friends, they generally are happy to speak … Continue reading

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