OREANDA-NEWS A 45-year-old man named Yanglo is one of many Tibetan nomads who moved in the early 2000s. Nomads sought compensation from the Chinese government for the poor ecology of the region.

However, in a year, the territory where the Tibetans used to live will become a national park. A protected area of ​​123,100 square kilometers will be equivalent to the territory of England.

China claims that resettlement was necessary and was a key link in the chain on which the cleanliness of meadows and pastures depended.