Senior High School students in Japan created a picture book in Dzongkha, Bhutanese language. They are Ms. Anzai, Ms. Furusawa, Ms. Miyamoto and Ms. Watanabe who are students at Hirano Senior High School Attached to Osaka Kyoiku University in Osaka, Japan.
They have been conducting research on the theme of protecting endangered languages. They investigated about 2,500 endangered languages (published by UNESCO) and in order to solve this problem, they created a children’s picture book in the Dzongkha.
This research won the best prize in one of the private Japanese contests.
For downloading the picture books:
Picture book in English: Click here.
Picture book in Dzongkha, Bhutanese language: Click here for the first part and click here for the latter part.
Picture book in Japanese: Click her for the first part and click here for the latter part.