- the area of high ethnic Tibetan populations in Arunachal Pradesh, India (representing most of that region)
In early 20th century, when the region of Greater Tibet was disputed, the Chinese control of South Tibet was lost to the British administration of India, when the McMahon Line was drawn, leading to the use of this term in Chinese in China. Latterly, it was translated for use in English.
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