Yiong Tsangpo

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Yiong Tsangpo, courtesy of From Lion’s Jaws

Yiong Tsangpo (Wyl. yid’ong tshang po), aka Yigong Tsangpo or Yiong Chu, is a small river of north-west Powo, Tibet, and a tributary of the Parlung Tsangpo. Its source is in the Nyenchen Tanglha mountains, and it flows into the Parlung Tsangpo close to the town of Tangme.[1] Due to a major landslide, the Yiong Tso (‘The lake of Yiong’) was recently created. [2]

A green tea plantation has been established on the banks of the Yiong Tsangpo. Powo Samling is located on the banks of the Yiong Tsangpo.

Notes

  1. Emeric Yeshe Dorje, The History of the Düdjom Tersar, forthcoming.
  2. https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/images/78293/a-monster-slide