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1.China's LAST SHERPAS on the China-Nepal Border in the Himalayan Valley | S2, EP37
2.MYSTERIOUS City on the Edge of TIBET, Bhutan and India | S2, EP35


China is very developed even in such remote region unlike my country. I love watching your videos, even I didn't know about this border between China-Nepal and how close villages are from both countries. Love from Nepal and best wishes for your future travels.


@sancortexstk5252  True. Our country is so much connected with India but not with China even though they are our neighbor. China is so developed, we super rarely see anything related to China in our country and it would also boost our economy and other aspects in development if China was as much connected as we are with India.


interesting. I'm from the Yakthung (Limbu) community, the indigenous group of eastern Nepal, bordering both India and China. here, the drink @ 15:30, we call it Tongba, an essential part of our culture now. Last time I read, we appropriated the drink from fellow Sherpas residing in the neighboring regions.


It is a tragedy when artificial borders in our time still divide an area of one tribe as with the Sherpa. Happy to hear the borders will be opened so that the Sherpa culture can develop on both sides. Great to watch. Thank you for posting.


This is probably the least developed area of China after Daliangshan. The Sherpas are like the Tajiks in Tashkurgan, very warm and nice people, I think their living standard should be better like the Tibetans you showed us in your previous video or the Tajiks in the west. They welcomed you like brothers and sisters who come from afar despite their simple life. I really hope you put this video on Chinese social media for all other chinese to see, hoping that the government will provide them a better living. If i am not mistaken, the government moved the whole Yi minority who live on a crazy dangerous cliff village in Daliangshan to an apartment block nearby especiallly built for them.


I think its TAR or Tibet Region....your vlogs are really nice. I'm also into Himalayan and Tibetan region and their culture and lifestyle. I am fond of it. But I hope Tibetan Ethnic Culture an lifestye should be kept protected and untouched from the materialistic society of ours. May be there is tensions between countries that does not mean the people are entirely bad from any region in the world. Let aside the world politics.


Watching from Nepal, one striking difference was to see the photo of party leaders in people's home. Apart from that it was great. The Chinese government have done a great job in connecting such far remote places with a proper paved road, on our side we have been hearing about connecting Keemathnka border via road but it never gets done. Very sad, I hope we will be able to drive there in our life time.


Bhutan is fearful of being annexed by India like Sikkim and wasn't able to have diplomatic relation with China. But that didn't stop them resolving the border issue with China to the dismay of India. Hopefully one day foreigners can enter Bhutan from China. The relations between Bhutanese and Chinese are excellent and border crossing among them isn't a problem.


I am from bhutan ������ and I confirm that the landscape of yadong county, their housing styles, that ladder and even the lawn around the house resemble bhutan strongly.
Pagri (we call it phari ཕར'རི) has lots of shared history with paro, Bhutan. Trade from there allowed tibetan goods to enter bhutan and we used to listen to stories of our grandparents travelling to phari on horseback.
In the past, Bhutan took medicine, rice, paper, vegetables, zaw(puffed rice) and brought back silk, porcelain, corals, turquoise and other stuff. It's so nice to see the town which we have only heard of till now.
It would be Great if you can show the caravan of bhutanese traders that arrive in summer





I hope China could speed up development of the furthest part of Tibet province. I see many infrastructure upgrades in rural area that truly benefited the Tibetans. It also enable you guys to venture into such beautiful unspoiled locations which otherwise would have left undiscovered. Thanks for the interesting unplanned interactions with the friendly locals.


The old house definitely resembles to a bhutanese farm house and the one piece wooden ladder is still being used in most parts of Bhutan. Pagri / Phari (Phari tern is popular to Bhutanese not Pagri) was one of the popular trading hub between Bhutan and Tibet during my grand parents time. The caterpillar Fungus known as Cordyceps is also found in the northern part of Bhutan. If you travel to Tingri closer to Nepal then you will find similar such farm houses.


Caterpillar fungus is also popular here in Indonesia, especially among Chinese food lovers. I once bought a packet of 3 small ones (they were tied with red strings). I believe it did cost me a one week salary. ���


Hello Sis
Do you know that all the indigenous tribe from Northeast India are related to Tibet/China
It is Said that our ancient ancestors once a long time ago they were in China and due to continuous war/conflict and in search of fertile cultivable land they slowly find the way to settle down here





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