Institute for Zorig Chusum or the institute of 13 arts and crafts was opened in June 1997, and it reflects Bhutan’s effort to provide opportunities for vocational training and especially for this region, which has always been popular with bamboo and wood crafts.The thirteen Bhutan art forms are: Traditional Painting, Sculpturing, Wood Carving, Calligraphy, Paper making, Bronze Casting, Embroidery, Weaving, Carpentry, Masonry, Bamboo and cane weaving, Gold/Silver Smithy, Black smithy.This school was set up to try to improve employment for young people.