August 28, 2020, Thimphu
As the global pandemic keeps me happily locked back in my home country since the New Year holidays, my academic career has taken another leap forward.
Happy to share with my friends here that a paper I co-authored has been accepted by the prestigious academic journal, Language & Communication, published by Elsevier.
The paper looks at the chronotopic affordances of technology in a remote community in Lhuentse in Bhutan. This is my 7th peer-reviewed paper in international journals/conferences and 10th academic publication.
Special thanks to Kuenga Lhendup for opening up his village to me, and for making me a part of the community WeChat group, and for all the translation works from Kurtoepkha.
Thank you all for your wishes and blessings
(This is also the title of the paper)