By Antonia Case, from Womankind #1: Papillon. Sitting around the kitchen stove with his family, a man from Ladakh, better known as “Little Tibet” describes the tourists that he’d seen in the capital Leh. “They look so busy. They never seem to sit still. Just click, click, click,” says the man, mimicking a snap-happy tourist. He then grabs a ballpoint pen and madly dashes about the kitchen to show the rigid, anxious Westerner on the move. “They’re always rushing. Why are they ...
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