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is drama it's a characteristically tubby and start to the next chapter of his coaching career this is the deadly news live from berlin coming up next our documentary titled dropped in the nads of tibet for now but i'm anthony how'd thanks watched. the interest of the famous naturalist and explorer. to some of the racial conflicts on the front of the boats 260th birthday we're embarking on a voyage of discovery. expedition voyage on the t.w. .
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of the world we move 5 times a year we used to use yaks to carry everything but now we use tractor cost and of course not.
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the tibetan plateau is the source of asia's largest rivers which supply almost half of the world's population with water. an indigenous nomadic people known as the dr have lived in the region for thousands of years. but in recent decades a large tracts of once fertile soil have turned to desert. your work yet you're here getting old people have told me that it used to be much nicer here. you were there was lots of toll grass. you don't care today there's not much cross left it only on the kids you don't think you. hear it most of our pastures are dried out.
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you put there's where you want the tent to be what we're. going to. want. it's got to be straight to. help you. look out it's sliding off. to the
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early in the. right. i'm. going to go what would you. do if you come on before the world gives way i'll do it you're going to be. long overdue we. are going to. leave. we promise it won't fit. so you.
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really want your. little everybody pushed hard oh. oh oh oh oh oh. oh oh dear it's steady now look so good a little higher. how does it look outside. and we've got to tighten it again. we've had these ropes for years don't you. think. they might does this go on the woman inside. her yeah careful what you will her. don't get a book i felt dizzy on the tractor this morning good.
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luck to you are they going to break up what you could do i don't want to tom cruise said she wants to divorce her husband because he doesn't respect some drunken me. but some drop doesn't want and said right he told tom q if he respects you that's enough for the husband isn't very nice to me even though i help him whenever i can . it's a difficult situation with. tom cruise that i only have my mother and some joke and i owe them respect she said my mother is the best in the world and if my husband doesn't respect her it's not going to work. this means more to me than my husband. or she said that she can't go on living like this so she wants a divorce how long have they been married. 8 months a month it's their decision but
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a divorce would be sad for the child. i was born and raised here and lived with my mother when she. got. my mother was an orphan. child who told. her step mom and step dad brought her here could a mother who. jumped in here got me they had no children of their own so they raised
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my mother. and you got that they're what. jenny amok my mother married at the age of 16. and gave birth to me when she was 18 and jittery and when you got to george you could thawing out them. later my father left us. so my mother took care of me and my sister all by herself . that was not easy to do and. we had guy made when i was 9 my mom married sam druck. she grew up around d.x. . raising taxes all she knows. and she can milk them really fast.
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and long when it's warm and there's no wind so it's really fun to melt the axe. she. that makes me happy. personally and. i like to make the animals especially beautiful yaks like ours. mega. us to wake up there come on get up. well at all will.
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your. children so. you're also turning the blanket over your head and get up now. how can i get my work done if you don't help me. long enough the sums up what if someone came by and saw that you were still in bed one would think. they were going to. be shut down. in front of the.
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you. mean. the longer i don't be able to get in my grandparents' time the soil wasn't completely dried out like it is now but you are no more. that you are you know there's more wind these days. and you never know when it's going to rain but when he does rain there's less than there used to be argued that. you know. you've got going to the plateau is turning into a desert and life is harder. you
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know you go to grandpa. cattle you were going to do you want your pants again on i'm not here but i hope. all all. i'm a. jew would get high on that i was 18 when i married into this family at 1st i didn't know my husband at all at all with china and what we got used to each other over time and now we have 2 sons. they both go to school the older one is
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in the 5th grade the younger one in the 3rd grade and they come here during the summer holidays in june. that's the only time we see them. on a lot of us. who need to be on the stove has to look nice from both sides otherwise our guests will notice. to. it it should have our younger son works hard at school. gillett children but the older one hasn't learnt much there he should come back here and look after the animals. childhood too much because you.
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pull. the women here work more than the men do. but they help when we move and they look after the animals the women run the household. i want you to know there are 12 families in our group a whole lot of them are related to each other we were. there and i take care of the sheep for everyone who can imagine if you don't that.
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they're not going the government gave us there's a pasture land at random after they looked at a map you know running your modded their mind on. that lease land borders on a desert. when they were going down your home we used to be able to go wherever we wanted on. our animals always found enough to eat and that he will come here. but now we have to share that island with others or the knit. group can graze its animals only in specific areas you are numbered. 30 and you have to be you know it's not a good idea to put limits on grazing land. humor that just turns the place into
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a desert even faster you know your. flocks also have to stay here in the autumn we can't go anywhere else. in the. then then there used to be a lake here and a lot of bats. you need was a big lake. that your mother didn't know much as a lot less want take in these days. and you that used to be a not for 50 families. but today if it doesn't rain there's not enough water for even 12 families so no more upon the night of the mother of.
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the game there you go get in there never you never going to giving up their family . they're going to get a good morning again and again they i mean don't have anything to hide and if you're. in the next president. tadic and get tied up in a metal thing and neither can i cut it in not a little and that. was
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. all. through. me one good news. there. you're. going to. be doing ok. and then you're going to. think it's going to. matter how much is better sell for in town. i do the 13 you want a pound that's not much why did you so. i needed the money. uncle got 16 yuan how many blocks of butter did you have any.
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for you. much pepper. you know. city. streets.
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are. all oh yeah look there's a peacock. it will all. come out of there don't run away. with the can you. do when i was a child there wasn't much desert land here. no big sand dunes either make. my own you know could today when it's really windy the sand gets into our food. you.
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think. she might when it's in the cheese and in the soup there's sand everywhere. going to the well one. your daughter isn't much help to this. day i mean. she can even cook. he said if you ask her to do something she hasn't got a clue she's just lazy so from the. movie.
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they're. so. good. they're. so good. but i. was so oh. yeah. yeah. yeah. it is. good.
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your. done burns much cleaner than charcoal does that burns really well and it's safe to use to it's just grass and water to get said the 10 young joints here . every family has at least one yak for me so these animals are sort of sacred to us and their ours has light brown fur and she's always around more you more and know. she was born when i was a child. we keep these animals until the day they die and then all that we do that
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to honor the spirits our spiritual guides the lamas and our family the term from. the because there are real problem they dig holes everywhere and they just freeze up more sand. we did have in the nature and in the mood to do humans you know a few years ago the authorities gave us some poison to kill the peak as. dry as we could it didn't affect them at all but it killed several of our yeah so in that most of these congresswomen. saw it also killed some vultures and other birds
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but not the because. you know we don't use poisons anymore so we it's not right to kill so many animals. and. if. i could you know you can't can't we wash this in the lake over there and. it's dried up. good little tashi that's great sweetheart.
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and. good. for the 6. feet he says he will ask. what he. has to be. able. to. look for. in the thurgood as we've got to preserve this line for children. we are going to do we want them to be able to live here. sam but if there's no posturing i'm for animals we know matz one survivor so.
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what you're going to do is not much we can do to stop the desert from spreading. you know except top of their side with yak and sheep manure but they don't give me that. you're going to have to for sound isn't too deep we can try to keep it under control by spreading manure on it. here manon not about hugo but once the wind
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starts creating sand dunes it's all over and the desert has won. the good the gin that they built a gold mine up in the mountains 10 or 15 years ago. a lot of people blame the mine for turning the pasture land into doesn't. get enough after the mine opened we had a drought but lasted for 5 or 6 years.
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making it as a last year we stayed somewhere else. but there wasn't enough grass there for the animals so we came here you know which.
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we had to sell a yak so that we could pay to use these pastors during the summer. saying you need to to get kinda. sad and so this summer will stay here. see it can didn't. say the land is divided among several families and the plots are very small. and in the you and i think that causes problems for the yes. there are fences everywhere so they can't roam around. with. millions of the fences are bad for the animals yaks and sheep need a lot of space and. they feel better when they can go wherever they want since you had use and you just look.
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in the nano over there while we have just as many yaks as we did last year. and more no less this year they're giving less milk through the non-align it diluted to 2 go and it. took years and i mean last year it was 2 buckets of milk a day. headline and as of this year it's only one you know again that came through. in the. human humans did so in the desert keep spreading. me just show you there may not be any grassland by the time my kids grow up which.
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she would you do if them to my daughter wants to keep going to school. but we don't have a lot of money and i need her here at higher i don't tell about go. along. with giving but if school will help to make her life better she should keep going. on. to mom to could you read that for me i don't understand. me and.
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so in honor of the buddha who has attained the highest in latin meant. i didn't go to school until i was 11 and we've been propped up in. how do you pronounce about. a used to stay at home mother but the authorities will punish kids who don't go to school. so i started going to elementary school the 5th year at. in the door to your since i was 13 i've been learning at home using the t.v. and books that i borrow from people who are drawn to. this praise glorification is based on a mantra a basic mantra that has 21 glorification and. if. you walk up to 60.
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if you believe that you're kicking me if. i'm. not all. right. if you keep that if you go. to. change it. will be true if you got a good shot for food when you're. just going to run when are. you going to quit if it was just me and. your me but when you're thinking i don't. and then i thought oh my
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god whatever i don't know that nobody knows about you or maybe they're just that but you know. their own good they're into it but when it no mad life is a good life. you can talk about for better or for worse we were. born to be nomads it with that you beat your. you know we could go wherever we wanted but today we argue with the neighbors about which route we're going to take. the land over and there are lots of other problems. warn. me. while they are all on me all week long.
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i'm. going under and you're going at it there's been a huge change and i'm scared they slander still blast she left here but it's becoming more and more difficult to live and work here. go away when the mahdi if you could that i've done my job. to. pick. up to do. that. for the good. to. go home. or choosing
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a nominee. and. if you look at their tongues and lips are inflamed. it isn't my they want to eat in some families a few animals have died. the priest said that we should make a smoke sacrifice that might help them with the stuff. they say our country is the highest in the world for us. that's why i have no idea how much more. unfortunately sometimes well we are the highest country. yeah
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i thought the roof of the well do you i know people say that to travel to distant city you have to cross the ocean. don't look good that's a lot of water. china would. want. to. thank you long before and for all the silly things you along. to a lawyer to lead with wounded something. in your room or the river running through the roof you. believe.
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it. well i didn't know them cause. 'd 'd these houses were commissioned by the chinese government. each family that settles here receives a grant of 7000 you want to get in the. future not all of them do your. families are forced to take out a construction lot of 30250000 you want to. pay no interest for the 1st 5 years. you look they've been building here for 3 years and. then there's the london law
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some of. them. did to my baby was born on august 11th. we had no money so we had to borrow from others. it took us all winter to pay off our debts. on the march and we didn't have enough yaks usually on friday which wasn't. too long actually i wanted to go to school and become a nurse just. before my son was born and i always wanted to learn a professional. job to john. trudell
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but if i left now i do miss my son and my mother too much he. did not come out i don't want to know not next year. you know. thank you you're here. is what is the thought of what you're facing some major challenges you know. some haven't realized it yet but this land will not going to be blasted like you.
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