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Cyber Cafe on Everest

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Cyber Cafe on Everest

Cyber Cafe on Everest

Cyber Cafe on Everest

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NPR's Lynn Neary talks with Tsering Gyaltsen, Nepalese cybercafe owner and grandson of the only surviving sherpa to accompany Sir Edmund Hilary on his Everest climb. Gyaltsen talks about his efforts to install a cybercafe at the Mount Everest Base Camp.

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