Tibetan Farmer Death – Lhamo, a Tibetan rancher in southwestern China, carried on with her life generally outside and shared it web-based, posting recordings of herself cooking, singing, and picking spices in the mountains around her town. By this fall, she had around 200,000 devotees, huge numbers of whom applauded her as sprightly and dedicated.
More than 400 of them were watching one night in mid-September as Ms. Lhamo, 30, transferred a video live from her kitchen on Douyin, the Chinese form of the TikTok application. Out of nowhere, a man raged in and Ms. Lhamo shouted. At that point, the screen went dull.
At the point when Ms. Lhamo’s sister Dolma showed up at the clinic a couple of hours after the fact, she discovered Ms. Lhamo attempting to inhale, her body covered with consumes. The police in Jinchuan County, where she lived, is researching Ms. Lhamo’s ex on doubt that he drenched her with fuel and set her ablaze.
“She appeared as though a bit of charcoal,” said Ms. Dolma, who, alongside her sister and numerous different Tibetans, passes by one name. “He consumed practically the entirety of her skin off.”