Leaving the industrial cities of Sichuan, it is by crossing the high plateaux of Tibetan Kham that we plunge into the Chinese Buddhist world. Located in the North-West of Sichuan province, Kham was formerly part of Tibet and is, still today, a territory where the Buddhist religion remains omnipresent. In spite of the Chinese Han's arrival, the Tibetan ethnic groups are still a majority there, preserving the traditions of their ancestors through their way of life. We then leave the altitude roads to reach Yunnan's agricultural villages until Yangshuo, now an image of hard working peasants in China.