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The Brokpa are an isolated community in the far east of Bhutan, where about 5,000 of these highland pastoralists live in and around the villages of Merak and Sakten. The Bropka are ethnically distinct from other Bhutanese, having migrated through the Himalayas from the Tshona region of Tibet a few centuries ago, and their settlements are extremely remote: getting there requires multiple days of trekking and the crossing of a 4,300-meter (14,000-foot) pass. Well, it did. The first road to…

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