Nepalese in the U.S. Fact Sheet

Nepalese population in the U.S., 2000-2019 Grew from 9,000 in 2000 to 198,000 in 2019 (that is: 2,005% growth)   Asian origin groups:   Source: Pew Research Center

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Doing This for 15 Minutes a Week Will Make You Happier, New Study Shows

Doing This for 15 Minutes a Week Will Make You Happier, New Study Shows Researchers at UC San Francisco gave subjects some very simple instructions that had surprising results.   An “awe walk” can have a profound effect on your emotions, mental health, and perhaps even your cognitive function, according to new research from the… Continue reading Doing This for 15 Minutes a Week Will Make You Happier, New Study Shows

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COVID-19 relief bill affirms US stance on successor to Dalai Lama

The communist Chinese government should have no role in choosing the next Dalai Lama, US lawmakers are expected to affirm Monday — in, of all places, the 5,593-page coronavirus relief bill. Buried among the pandemic recovery provisions of the massive, approximately $900 billion legislation — expected to pass late Monday — is an affirmation of… Continue reading COVID-19 relief bill affirms US stance on successor to Dalai Lama

World’s remotest Irish bar: ‘We will survive Covid’

World’s remotest Irish bar: ‘We will survive Covid’. It is in Namche Bazar, #Nepal, 3,500 metres above sea level, en route to Mount Everest. It has been closed since April, you can’t reach it by car, and the nearest airport is a two-day hike away – but the world’s remotest Irish bar is optimistic business… Continue reading World’s remotest Irish bar: ‘We will survive Covid’

The World’s Highest and Fastest Cell Service Could Have Geopolitical Implications

Given China’s politics in the Himalayas, there are reasons to be suspicious of 5G on Mount Everest. While most of China was quarantined and Mount Everest was closed to climbers due to COVID-19, a herd of nearly 50 yaks made their way up the snowy north slopes of the world’s highest mountain in temperatures that… Continue reading The World’s Highest and Fastest Cell Service Could Have Geopolitical Implications