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Yak Dung

A family in a hut

Pu Yu, Yang Lihua, Li Qin, Chen Hongmei, Huang Xingmin • 34:00 • 2016 • China • Mandarin w/ Eng. subtitles


This film shows a couple that works at a garbage disposal station for recycling classification.  The Husband and wife are from Luoping county, and migrated to the city of Kunming for work.


Yak Dung

Lan Ze • 50m • 2010 • China • Tibetan w/ Eng. subtitles.


For nomadic families on the Tibetan Plateau, yak dung is a renewable and readily available energy source for staying warm, making sacrifices and providing light. Yak dung is also used to build homes and fences, fertilize grass, and as a medicinal ingredient, detergent, and material for sculptures. It is an indispensable part of the Tibetan culture and livelihood. Living with yak dung is part of a lifestyle that has coexisted with nature for centuries.

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