Breathless but beaming, Sheng Zisu sounds confident after five months
in a maze-like Buddhist encampment high on the eastern Tibetan plateau,
nearly 400 miles of bad road from the nearest city.
"Look around. They could never find me here," Sheng, 27, says of parents so anxious about their only child's turn to Tibetan Buddhism that they have threatened to kidnap her.
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