Assembly time at a school in southern Bhutan in the mid 1980s. This school was later closed. Many of these children have grown to adulthood in the refugee camps.
A group of Northern Bhutanese watching the dancers at a Tshechu (religious festival).
Northern Bhutanese school children. Schools were targeted with government materials taking against the so-called Southern Bhutanese 'anti-nationals' involved in the 1990 pro-democracy demonstrations.
A traditionally Northern Bhutanese house. Highly decorated with symbols of protection.
Bhutanese men watch a festival.
Southern Bhutanese women winnowing grain in the cooler valleys of the north. The warmer southern hills and plains are highly fertile and have provided most of Bhutan's food.
Thimphu valley. The capital of Bhutan and centre of government.