Wild Tibetan Antelope

posted on 4th of august, 2008

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The quantity of wild Tibetan Antelope less than 150,000 (2005 estimate) is so sparse that makes people difficult to believe it. The modern slaughter skills of poachers and the increasing degree of salinization year by year in depopulated pasture zone make the most of the wild animals move to the depopulated zone deeper and more untravered.
In July of 2008, the writer saw the wild Tibetan Antelope on digits after 3 days' driving on 102 National Highway.© Newkoala (Help)

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Posted by Newkoala on August 05, 2008
Posted by Lhj on August 05, 2008
Wow, congratulations!!! What a wonderful experience! I really wish I may have the same chance in near future!

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posted on 4th of august, 2008

Mt.Animaqen snow-covered mountain is one of the four scared mountains of Tibetan Buddhism in elevation of 6200 metres. This mountain is huge and covered with snow perennially. People in Tibet usually pilgrimage on the methods of trekking over the hills. If you want to drive there, it needs cross country vehicle with four-wheel drive to climb over the mountains and cross over the rivers. Leaving from Maduo Town, it needs 16 hours to reach the Kalong Glacier below the Mt.Animaqen mountain. From the Kalong Glacier with the thickness of 1 kilometer, we can see the whole picture of the peak of the Mt.Animaqen.© Newkoala (Help)

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Posted by Rebeccaosborn on August 05, 2008
nice pictures, it looks cold up there!

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Yellow River's headstream

posted on 5th of august, 2008

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The origin of the Yellow River is in the hinterland of the Tibetan Plazean in elevation of 4300 metres.

Leaving from Xining, the capital city of Qinghai Province, passing the Heka Mountain Tunnel, arriving in Shixia and Maduo, it needed 4 days to reach the Zhaling Lake and the Yueling Lake. And the travel was so bumpy and it is so difficult to distinguish the direction. So the experienced guide is needed very much.

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Back from Nepal 2

posted on 9th of august, 2008


No doubt, Nepal is a poor country, whose majority people are living at the edge of the poverty line. The officers’ salary is equivalent to merely RMB600. However, the Nepalese people are so brave and diligent that they create their own civilization, when facing such a relatively material-lack situation. Their spiritual inner world and behavior made me, the guy from Shanghai, China blush with shame.
The Nepalese people knew well how to smile. In the journey of eight days, wherever you encountered with a stranger on the road, the courtesy of smile was welcome as long as you took a glance at someone. What a smile they have, sincere and proper, with no exaggeration or appearance. What impressed me most were their pure repeated...

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Back from Nepal 4

posted on 12th of august, 2008

With my best wishes to this country with fruits of prosperity!
I took a deep breath after farewell to the warm-hearted innocent Nepalese people. My muscles on face were sour those days as they were always keeping nervous in lack of exercise in the daily life of the metropolitan city and they were added increasingly exercise suddenly. Lol…
At the first of arrival in Kathmandu, I was shocked and moved by the smile of the Nepalese people. Along the journey to Pokhara on the Swiss Bus with many a western travelers, our national dignity again suffered shamed attack in the terms of spiritual morals. It seemed that it was not a few years’ economy development could make us catch up with the developed countries or even underdeveloped countries.


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the monks

posted on 30th of august, 2008

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The Tibetans living in Tibet, Qinghai and its surrounding areas, believe in their religion loyally since ancient times, in which hiding many complicated meanings. It is a kind of Buddhism, with stories of reincarnation and legendaries. In Tibet zone, the followers set up numerous magnificent temples and pagodas, and manually engrave the scriptures of Buddha on the green slate and into the slab of tall wall whilst chanting at the same time, in their lifetime. At an altitude of 4,800 meters Yellow Rivers area of no human living, live some land guards, the monks whose minds and soul are pure enough that they may seem to have unlimited power to reach the infinity.

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