21 October 2013

The Youngest Bhutanese Blogger

How young do you think will be the age of the youngest Bhutanese Blogger?
Would you believe if I told you he is a 10 year old boy in Thimphu? Well you have to.
Singye Namgay is the youngest blogger I know in Bhutan and perhaps the most unbelievable. At his age I couldn't write a sentence in English correctly and this boy is reviewing books, movies, TV series ... with utmost spontaneity and brutal innocence.
Reading his article is like listening to an adult native English speaker, with soothing transacting from sentence to another and not to mention his great vocabularies, some of which aren't yet in my dictionary. Everytime I open his blog (www.singye.bt) I get goosebumps and I can't help wonder what substance this little soul is made of.
Let me not reduce his worth with my words, his own words will show you his true worth. Visit his blog by following the link above or by clicking on the picture below, and remember I am not responsible for what happens to you on his blog ;)
Singye's Blog 


  1. Hi Passu, I agree with you. I also can't believe of this blog was written by the 10 years old boy if you didn't say. He was really awesome doing the review man!!! I even have a hard time to review someone's book. Until now still don't know how to do and perhaps that person is still waiting, waiting, and waiting... Lolx!!!

  2. Wow, this kid would measure high by the time he reaches our age. We're still struggling to be a blogger. He has done great. Hate off for him.

  3. Thanks for the introduction. I'm going to follow his blog. :)

  4. Loved all the reviews that I am quite familiar with
    The kid is awesome. Thanks for sharing with us :)

  5. It is great that Singye's parents had actually encouraged him to blog by even giving him an independent domain. I suppose it is like helping your child keep a diary. Passu, I think you must let your daughter blog, instead of keeping an offline diary. The kid has used a word called 'sitcom'. What is it anyway? Stripping off my ego and asking here!

  6. I strip off my ego and confess that many words he writes aren't in my dictionary...

  7. Wow what an inspiring Kid!...Thanks for the information Passu Sir

  8. “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”
    ― Albert Einstein
    Probably that's what happened to Singye.

  9. "Fiction is truth inside the lie." Stephen king
    thank you sir for inspiring me too....I promise I will write


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