11 films Found
Children in Nepal are forced to pose as orphans to attract foreign sponsors and volunteers. Although facilitated by exploitative traffickers, it is Western demand that is fuelling this egregious industry.
Accessible only on-foot, the Nepalese city of Lo Manthang is a perfectly preserved time capsule of Tibetan culture. But a new road has many worried this bastion of tradition may soon fall under Chinese influence.
In May 1953, Sir Edmund Hilary and his companions became the first climbers ever to summit Everest. A group of mountaineering legends have returned to Nepal to honour the legacy Sir Edmund left behind.
After ten years of conflict, Nepal's feudal system has finally crumbled. As one of the most violent Maoist leaders is voted Prime Minister, we ask, can Nepal's new republic find the peace it so desperately needs?
An army of 50,000 Nepalese women, many grandmothers, have been recruited to help turn around Nepal's national health crisis. The results are astounding.
Maoists now control a third of Nepal and boast that they will raise the red flag on Everest itself. More and more people are turning to them to voice their discontent.
The Nepalese speak for the first time about what really happened that night when Crown Prince Dipendra massacred his family members and all but destroyed the country’s ruling dynasty.
A group of Maoist are steadily gaining control in rural Nepal. The government is trying its best to stop the movement from spreading.