Life in Tibet's rooftop village
Updated: 2014-08-13 14:44
Located near the Lake Puma Yumco, Tibet, Tuiwa is the highest administrative village in the world. Its altitude is 5,070 meters above see level, with a density of oxygen only half as much as that of most part of Chinese mainland.
There is no neon light of the city in the village, only the simple Tibetan lifestyle. The income of villagers is dependent wholly on livestock husbandry.
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Carrying a bucket of water, a villager is on her way back home in February 2014. [Photo/qq.com]
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