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Trading places My father, Renchen Phutsok, fled to India in 1959 (the same year Sino-Tibetan relations broke down and the Dalai Lama escaped to India). He was a proud Khampa (a native of the area in present-day Sichuan, Yunnan and Gansu historically known as Kham). He’d been a lado, a trader on the Ancient Tea Horse Road who...
“What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well,” said Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, author of the classic text “The Little Prince.” Even in the technological superiority of the 21st century, where man can cross oceans and continents in a matter of hours and run international businesses with an iPhone and laptop, the desert still represents...
There are some things about summer that only Aussies will understand. Thongs sticking to the bitumen, seatbelt burns, cricket taking over the telly and sprinklers on the lawn. But reside in South Australia in summer and you’ll notice several unique ways we like to spend our days as the thermometer climbs. From dropping a line off the jetty to crunching...