National Geographic : 1946 Aug
Sky-high in Lama Land i / C. Suydaim Cutting A Musical Arrow Pleases the Tibetan Ear by Whistling on Its Flight Tibetans anticipated the Germans' screaming dive bombers. Their blunt wooden arrowheads, when perforated, hum like whistling tops. Archery contests often follow garden parties. Distance seekers use sharp arrows. This archer practices in a park at Shigatse.