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Qamba Puncog

Qamba Puncog is a Sharpa farmer in Shobogang Village at Zham port in south Tibet. "Sharpa", refering to "Oriental people" in Tibetan, are found in the Sino-Nepalese border area. There are over 200 households, with 1,800 people. They have their own language without script but know Tibetan language and script. Their names are similar to those of Tibetan people. To seek for auspiciousness and security, they are often named after the names of gods.

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