An activist holes up in Japan's international airport after being refused re-entry to China by authorities.
Nomads describe the ancient practices of water burial and sky burial, threatened by China's policies in Tibet.
The lifestyle of Tibet’s traditionally plain-roaming nomads has undergone dramatic changes as a result of new policies enacted by the Chinese government.
China’s One Child Policy has effectively halted the country’s booming population growth, but has created a host of new social problems officials are struggling to reconcile with.
Tibet—once known as the mythical haven Shangri-La—is where the Mekong River begins.
Tibetans live along the upper reaches of the Mekong River as they have for centuries.
The ancestral lifestyle of the Khampa nomads in Tibet is threatened by a forced modernization.
Dzachu, Tibetan for the Mekong River, is said to be sacred by nomads living on the Qinghai plateau.