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Tiger & Cloud

by riyang
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By genetic engineering, a group of scientists have developed a synthetic, gaseous fuel, called "Biologically Altered Natural Gas", reffed to as 'BANG'. To achieve their goal, they manipulated the genetic code of a bacterium called 'Escherichia Coil, a germ widely distributed on the planet. After some time, the genetically altered germs escaped from the production sites and induced the same genetic changes in the wild forms of the same bacterium. A runaway production of BANG ensures, intoxicating the atmosphere around the earth up to an altitude of five to seven thousand feet. To stem the tide of climatic refugees from India and incursions of Chinese troops from the North the elite 'Tiger' troops are mobilized.

Erik Allgöwer is a swiss specialist in Internal Medicine by profession. He had the privilege of serving the Royal Government of Bhutan as the Zonal Medical Officer in charge of the Bumthang, Trongsa and Zhemgang districts. During several professional and private visits to Bhutan, he had the Bhutan Broadcasting service, he co-produced the documentary film "Gross National Happiness in Bhutan."
He presently lives with his wife in the french speaking part of Switzerland.

Product Descriptions:
Dimension:

  • Length x Width x Height: 20cm x 15cm x 20cm

Weight:

  • 200grams

ISBN Number: 

  • 978-99980-48-00-3

Printed by: 

  • Replika Press

Published by: 

  • Riyang Books

About the Author 
Choden was born in Bumthang District. Her parents were feudal landlords. At the age of nine, her father sent her to school in India, where she learned English. She has a BA Honours in Psychology from Indraprastha College in Delhi and a BA in Sociology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has worked for the United Nations Development Program in Bhutan. She and her Swiss husband currently live in Thimphu.