Nepal Related Articles in The New York Times
This week, The New York Times published some news, articles and Co-Ed about Nepal and Nepali, but following three articles attracted my attention.
On May 13 Nicholas Hirshon writes an insight story of Nepali salons workers on the title of “For Nepalese Salon Workers, a Cultural Hurdle to Overcome.” In this article, Mr. Hirshon writes about Nepali immigrants’ struggle, psychological feelings regarding their jobs and the success of some hard worker Nepali (Especially on the nail salon business).
Here is the article link
Nick also spoke about the article on HimaliSworharu’s “Open Mic” program. Here is the link to listen the conversation. Basically, we spoke about background of the article.
On May 17 Freddie Wilkinson writes about “Mountaineer”, “Himalayan Experience”, and Mt. Everest on the title of “Don’t Climb Every Mountain.”
The article is more about trekking safety. If you are interested about Nepal, environment, mountain and trekking you should read this article.
Here is the link
The New York Times often publish political, nature and cultural news of Nepal. However, I feel so proud and happy to read arts related article this week.
On May 18, Amy Yee writes “In Nepal, After Revolt,’ Art Was Changed Forever”
This article was published on The International Herald Tribune. I would recommend you to read this article if you love Nepali arts, crafts and if you want to know how young creative minds are rising in the artistic field.
Here is the New York Times internet link.