Deji Baizhen cannot remember how many lunches she skipped in the first few months after more than 600 Tibetan herdsmen settled in her village in 2017.Phone calls poured in, as she ran between houses to change light bulbs for her fellow Tibetans, who reported power outages. Unclogging toilets filled with daily garbage was not uncommon.The herdsmen used to live in tents and followed the seasonal grass on the mountains, and had little knowledge of modern amenities and appliances.“Their old…


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