Living by traditional bow and arrow in Bhutan

Publication date 19 October 2018 | 10:44 | ICT

EVERY weekend Bhutanese Pema Dorji channels his inner Robin Hood and aims for the bull’s-eye, but not without generous sips of the local brew and a leg-kicking dance and song routine.

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