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Kham, traditionally is the eastern Tibet, which was used for exiling criminal, and the lords who lost the Power-struggle in ancient Tibet; The Jinsha river, which cut through the mountains and flowing from north to south becoming the main tributary of Yangtze River, divides the central Tibet and Kham. Nowadays, Kham is administrated by Sichuan Province, and it is now called “Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture” and “Aba Tibetan & Qiang Autonomous Prefecture”
In this 15 episodes, which cover the west Sichuan province focusing on the vast region of “Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture“, learning the living custom, the food, the local architecture
Each episode is about 4 to 5 minutes long. Please select the one that you are interested in viewing in detail.
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