Analysis > From Kathmandu to Kent: Nepalis in the UK
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  • Stuart

    Plumstead does have military connections – it is adjacent to Woolwich, home of Woolwich Barracks.

  • raj gurung

    The analysis you have written is 99.99% accurate. In the aspect of religion, especially with older generation they are a confused bunch who are actively encouraging younger gen to follow this or the other religion, e.g. Buddhism. The reasoning would be as bizarre as it can get and seldom has any meaning or sense to it. At an instant it almost looks like a sheep hearding a flock of sheep.

    Generational Shift, wholeheartedly and logically agreed. They really try hard to make their point of view is the right one and the best. Old gen really sometimes want their kids to be a puppet and nothing more.

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