Bhutanese Refugees began to arrive in the United States, Canada, and six other countries in 2008. For more information about Bhutanese Refugees, click on the following links:
NOTE: Bhutanese refugees are of Nepali origin and speak the Nepali (Nepalese) language.
Some resources in the Nepali language can be found on the Nepali Seventh-day Adventist Fellowship, located in Greensboro, North Carolina, one of several budding Nepali-speaking Bhutanese Seventh-day Adventist congregations.
Other resources are available upon request.
Click on the following links for relevant Adventist Review articles:
Buddhist Bhutan Bans Clergy from Voting in Elections
Pressing Against Difficult Currents - Adventist Review Report of the Southern Asia Division - includes
- Work in Nepal
- Adventists Enter Bhutan