National Geographic : 1944 Jun
Exploring a Grass Wonderland of Wild West China 719 Long-time Link between the Chinese and Tibetans-Luting's Chain Suspension Bridge The lamasery across the Tung River, first one encountered by the author, has a Chinese roof. Here the travelers enjoyed roasted walnuts in molasses syrup. English-type walnuts grow in profusion and, even when shelled, are cheaper here than peanuts (page 723). Mule caravans, laden with Tibetan tea, cross this bridge.