Qinghai is a large, sparsely populated Chinese province. It is spread across the high altitude Tibetan Plateau at the heart of China and close to Mongolia and near the Silk Road. It’s a place of strong Tibetan and Mongol cultural traditions. Amne Machin, a 6,282m-high peak that’s part of the Kunlun Mountains, is a holy site for Buddhist pilgrims. It is important Buddhist monasteries include Wutong, whose monks are renowned producers of thangka, religious paintings on cotton or silk.
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