Adam, my recognized-by-New-York-State-Husband, has two nieces who are twins.
One has spent a year teaching English in France.
The other one has spent a few years teaching English in Dharamshala, India. This is the area of India where religious refugees from China have made their home. It's Buddhist, it's Tibetan, get used to it.
This is what she has to say about living with Tibetans:
"You know how in the west, whenever you meet someone, you hate them a little? That doesn't happen here."