Nestled among the mountain ranges between China's Yunnan Province and Myanmar, there is a group of people who have no nationality. Recognized as members of the Lisu ethnic minority group, they speak their own language and depend on farming to make a living.
These people have crisscrossed the border for decades, but now hunger and disease are taking their toll on the beleaguered group, who find it hard to seek help because they're trapped in limbo.
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