Observed: Tajikistan—Makeshift
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Kyrgyz nomads use solar panels imported from China and car batteries to light their yurts in the desert night

— Observed: Tajikistan

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The sparsely populated tract of the Alichur Plain is wedged between China and Afghanistan at 4,000 meters. Kyrgyz nomads often use solar panels imported from China and car batteries to light their yurts and listen to music in the desert night.

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