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Every morning, the nuns walk around the mountain. Regardless of the season, they walk year after year, day in and day out. This grassland wetland region is the home to the world’s largest population (tens of thousands) of Tibetan Buddhist nuns, many of whom live in tiny wooden huts. In the last decade, many of these have been destroyed by order of the government.

Image Taken: Baiyu County, Ganzi, Sichuan Province, China

Brian Zhao - China

Print Size: 870x523 mm
Frame Size: 1070x780 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Rag Smooth Matt 310
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS CC 205 30

 

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Every morning, the nuns walk around the mountain. Regardless of the season, they walk year after year, day in and day out. This grassland wetland region is the home to the world’s largest population (tens of thousands) of Tibetan Buddhist nuns, many of whom live in tiny wooden huts. In the last decade, many of these have been destroyed by order of the government.

Image Taken: Baiyu County, Ganzi, Sichuan Province, China

Photographer:
Brian Zhao - China


Print Size: 870x523 mm

Frame Size: 1070x780 mm

Exhibit: POS CC 205 30

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