Category: Lex Blogs

You Are What You Share

In this day and age if there is ever something that you want to only share with your friends on Facebook and not the whole world, don’t bother sharing it. I say...

“My Pain Is Invisible To Others”

There you were, smiling and creating a ruckus wherever you went. Never was I aware of the pain hidden behind your face. To question is to suffer and I don't want to question anymore...

The Graduation

My life so far has been a case of “tero padhaii siddhayera garna”. At times I felt that education came in the middle of a lot of things that I wanted to...

Nepali Films in the UK

When people, especially those related to the Nepali film industry read or hear about Nepali film rights sold in the UK, USA, Australia and similar countries, I guess most filmmakers get the...

Have We Become More Traditional?

“Aba UK basepachi ta buhari pani gorini nai huncha hola ni” teases my aunty. Those are lines that I often hear when visiting relatives in Kathmandu. The attention does not always focus...

Against Gender Violence in London

It has well been over a week since people started protesting outside Baluwatar over women’s safety in Nepal. The case of Sita Rai, a woman returning to Nepal from Saudi Arabia robbed...

Lex in Mumbai

We were fed countless information about Mumbai during our lectures and seminars. In groups and as individuals we discussed the British colonial influence, the liberalization and the growth of Mumbai as a...

Lex in Nepal – A Year Later

Ek Chin with Namrata Shrestha, the very first video from the Lex in Nepal webseries officially went public on youtube on 20th November 2011. Following the interview with the actress, one video...

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