We embarked on a journey into the far west of the Chinese territory, to be exact into the Western provinces of Gansu, Qinghai and Sichuan. The majority of the inhabitants are Tibetans, the soil of the western China is rather infertile and economics still very poor. Yet the landscape offers fascinating and breathtaking photographic views that left memorable experiences. The average elevation is about 8000 feet and the highest we climbed up to was around 15000 feet where it caught our breath. One of the photographer published this book who hired us to design this book to reflect the various people and culture in the book. It also included some of the photographic work of Minh Tang. The book contains a breathtaking photo series of different provinces of landscapes and people.