Articles about the countries.

Articles about the countries.
Butans – people are serious, respecting themselves. They live in solid, beautiful houses. They like to work in the garden and the vegetable garden, loving their land. In Bhutan it is everywhere clean, along the roads plant flowers and trees. Butans are very polite, and they never demand anything categorically. If Butanets wants to say that he must go to the right, he will ask first the question “Where do you want to go – left or right?”, Suggesting a choice.
It is better not to answer this question categorically, but ask what is better in his opinion, and then agree – so after some negotiations it will be “selected” the direction of walking. But you should not flatter yourself. If I abruptly say “I have to go left”, the Bhutanese will get expressed some confusion, and gently say “but can not go to the right”, giving me the opportunity to correct the error. And it’s not so easy “to persuade & quot; its go left.
English schools are taught in schools, often volunteers from Western countries, and children often speak English well. The buildings of the schools are solid and beautiful, scattered throughout the country. Schoolchildren themselves work in the school garden. Those who have graduated from high school and passed the exams go to college, and then go to university or go abroad to study – India, Japan, America, Europe.
How many people live in Bhutan – a complete mystery. To join the UN and gain independence from India, it was required to recruit a million people – somehow this could be done, as some commentators say, by slightly distorting the statistics. According to one estimate, 600,000 people live in Bhutan, on the other – 2,600,000 people. But where so many people live, I could not understand, because all the villages and villages that I saw were very small.