Tibet is the biggest, highest and the youngest plateau in the world. It claims to be the “Roof of the world” and “The Third Pole”. Mt. Kunlun, Mt. Himalaya, Mt. Gandis and Mt. Henduan are all scraping the sky. Tibet is full of rivers and lakes, which provides adequate hydroelectric power and aquatic products. Bushy banks of the rivers and lakes are the homes of swans and wild geese. The mountains and peaks in the Tibetan Plateau are covered by silver snow, shining under the sunlight.
Among the 14 peaks above 8,000 meters on earth, 5 are in Tibet. Besides Mt. Everest, peaks like Luozi, Makalu, Zhuoayou, Xixiabangma and Nanjiabawa are all competing to stand up higher than other peaks on earth. Huge rocks are piercing into the sky. Endless ice and snow are depicting a silver world.