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Students play in a corridor of the school complex in the remote settlement of Ngam-nak, Tibet (Qinghai, China). Ngam-nak serves as a school for Tibetan nomadic children, who are dropped off by their parents and spend 8 months a year in the remote settlement until they have completed a basic level of education. Staffed by a handful of teachers and cooks, there are no other activities in Ngam-nak apart from the school.

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The Source of the Mekong
Students play in a corridor of the school complex in the remote settlement of Ngam-nak, Tibet (Qinghai, China). Ngam-nak serves as a school for Tibetan nomadic children, who are dropped off by their parents and spend 8 months a year in the remote settlement until they have completed a basic level of education. Staffed by a handful of teachers and cooks, there are no other activities in Ngam-nak apart from the school.