Over the past ten years, more than 160 Tibetans have committed self-immolation—the act of setting yourself on fire—to protest Chinese occupation of their country. Has this had any lasting effect? In an extraordinary journey to Dharamsala, India, the center of Tibetan culture in exile, a journalist and a scholar talk to family members about the meaning and costs of the ultimate political sacrifice.
The country's Ministry of Tourism unveiled a series of proposals aimed at avoiding another disastrous, overcrowded year on the world's highest peak
The Seven Summit Treks guide has reached the peak of the world's highest mountain for a 23rd time
This year, governments and guiding companies are promising to do more to keep the mountain clean, but the question of what to do with the dead bodies is becoming more urgent
As climbers reach Base Camp, at the foot of the world's highest mountain, these are the stories we're keeping an eye on
‘Higher Truths’ follows skiers Chris Rubens and Cody Townsend on a journey to ski Mount Colangma in the Himalayas
The mountain has gotten even further out of reach for everyone except the very wealthiest. Meanwhile, the guiding industry is rife with corruption.
Boyan Petrov was last seen near Camp 3 on Shishapangma nearly a week ago
For a picturesque Tibetan village, an increase in tourists represents a complicated past and an uncertain future
Nearly 30 years ago, Jimmy Nelson set it upon himself to document that last of the world's ancient tribes and peoples with his 50-year-old 4x5 film camera.
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