Published: November 2002
Chang, a young Chinese boy en route to Europe, is the victim of an airplane crash in the Himalayas. Tintin in Tibet (1960) is a pure story of friendship, devoid of all villains, and which recounts Tintin's desperate search for his lost friend. This poignant adventure, contrasting with the extroverted tone of the two previous adventures, demonstrates that loyalty and hope can overcome all obstacles and that preconceived ideas, such as the fear of the "abominable snowman", are often the result of sheer ignorance.
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