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[[Image:AphiloWorldUniversitySchool5Sep07.jpg|200px|thumb|left|World University and School {in a virtual world}]]
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* Add or take a '''free, open''' BhutanSri Lanka course.
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Lee, Louise. 2012. [ Innovative Ideas for Sustainable Farming and Economic Growth: Mountain Hazelnuts of Bhutan aims for a triple bottom line: alleviating poverty, restoration of landscape, and gain for investors]. February 7. Stanford, CA: .
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Freedom College (formerly known as Nidahas Vidyalaya) is the Sri Lankan representative for World University and School in Sri Lanka.
Friends Circle, Bhutan (FCB). 2013. [ Friends Circle, Bhutan (FCB)]. (Friends Circle, Bhutan (FCB) is network of Bhutanese friends around the world which is working for the benefits and advantages of the Bhutanese. It is formed in 5th April 2009 in Khudunabari refugee camp of Eastern Nepal. It has its aims to build friendship through networking and share the message of peace throughout the world and connect Bhutanese friends across the globe. FCB links all the Bhutanese and stand as a platform for all Bhutanese to share their feelings and opinions with each other. is the platform for all the Bhutanese friends. All the Bhutanese around the world can interlink with each other through online by sharing opinion and viewpoint of them. Everybody can also send wishes, greetings, condolences, congratulations and so on via e-mail to FCB. The messages received will be published in our blog site and it can be viewed by everyone around the world .This makes us nearer can also build friendship. Thanks.. Let us stay connected!). Eastern Nepal:
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Dzongkha phrasebook. 2013. [ Dzongkha phrasebook].
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