By Mark Andrews
Silkroad – Cathay Dragon Airlines. March 2013
High on the hillsides above the raging Dadu River, villages cling to precipitous slopes in much the same way as the inhabitants have clung to their traditional lifestyle in the 21st century. This is Danba County, in the Sino-Tibetan marches – once part of the Kham region of Tibet.
“What makes Danba unique is the combination of its deep culture, history, geographical environment and the heritage of its ethnic groups,” says Zhang Tao, secretary of Danba County’s tourism department.
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