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4 According to my Tibetan informants from outside Central Tibet: Amdo (Qinghai Province and some parts of Gansu) and Kham (approximately, the western half of Sichuan Province and parts of Qinghai and Tibet Autonomous Region), sho is not commonly played among the Tibetan people living there. As for the exile community in India, as far as my observation in 2000 suggests, sho appears to be played in Dharamsala by some men. However, most of these players are gsar 'byor (new arrivals) who recentlyfatcat:4mdfdz5etjgdrfcywy6zi36krm