The concept of a quality product made in Nepal is almost obsolete when it comes to non-basic products. We all have, over the years, so rigidly convinced ourselves that if anything is ‘Made in Nepal’, it’s of inferior quality, or inferior technology, or inferior taste, and so on. Nepal is so much dependent on imports that we no longer trust our native products. We need cars made in America or Japan, machines made in Germany, but we have the least trust in our local product. As soon as we see a local product, we deem it as a ‘local’ product. It’s not always necessary that a local product has to be inferior. We understand that not all local products are good, but not all are bad too. This thought of school needs to change.