Invite me to a photography and painting exhibition in Shenzhen Painting Academy. The exhibition is held by the East, an abstract painter and young artist with the theme of snowy plateau. This is a rough man in different clothes. I learned from the conversation that after eight years, he went to Tibet many times, not only for art, but also to find the Tibetan girl in his heart. Born in a military camp on the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, Dongfang joined the army at the age of 15. At the age of 19, he was admitted to the Art Department of the PLA Academy of art. In the mid-1990s, Dongfang changed his career and came to Shenzhen. Although he is in the open special zone, there is always a plateau complex in his heart. In 1995, Dongfang used six months to ride motorcycles from Shenzhen to Tibet through Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Sichuan, Qinghai, and then from qianzang to houzang In the "outdoor wind" across southern China, the East encountered unexpected difficulties: heat, cold, strong wind, rainstorm, avalanche, dust The more westward, the less populated. The East has to sleep in the open. Unable to find anyone else to supply, he suffered from hunger, thirst and physical exhaustion all the way. One day, when he set out in the morning, he was still cloudless. At noon, there was a strong wind, and hailstones the size of pigeon eggs fell from the sky In front of his eyes, he fell down the mountain with his motorcycle After a long time, he heard a small voice anxiously Calling: "brother! Brother! Wake up!" he opened his eyes and saw that the wind and hail had stopped, and a small fuzzy face was looking down at him. His head is resting on her thin little arm. She holds a big water bag made of yak skin and pours water into his mouth A stream of spring came down, and the East woke up. He finally saw that he was saved by a Tibetan girl, who was 13 or 14 years old. His round face was suffused with the unique red tide of the plateau people, and his eyes were black, bright and black. The most beautiful thing is that she has a pair of deep dimples which are rare among Tibetans. She looked at the East and opened her eyes, and exclaimed in surprise, "Basan, you are guarding Han brother, I'll go to find Abba!" in response, a young Tibetan Boy in his teens came, behind him was a bouncing sheepdog. Little Basan doesn't speak Chinese very well, but he obeys the instructions wisely. He carries the upper body of the East with his thin back and tries to keep him sitting (to protect his heart), quietly.