Kelvin Chen for Mutts and Mountains

Kelvin shares our belief that controlling the dog population is necessary to help preserve the Himalayan environment, especially if dogs are impacting the ecology of native wildlife. Kelvin Chen started backpacking in the early 80’s and made his first visit to Kathmandu in 1987 during his university holidays. He shares, “I made the trip on my own and trekked solo to Annapurna Base Camp, as well as did a 3-day rafting trip.” “After my month-long trekking/rafting trip in 1987, I was captivated and knew I had return. On that trip, I experienced great Himalayan hospitality and made friends from all over world, many of which I am still in touch with today.” Kelvin returned to Nepal five more time

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