The present study examined contemporary patterns and path of Chinese modernization under the Belt and Road Initiative in the region of Sino-Nepal border Gyirong Valley by taking special features of modernity and mobility of the place into consideration. Mixed method approach was employed in this study whereby qualitative data were collected through one month field work and quantitative data were generated through survey questionnaire with the respondents and analysed by SPSS. The study focuses on the mobility of the people including local Tibetans and Chinese, domestic and international tourists, Nepali merchants and labourers, and a demonstration of the modernity integrating trade, eco-tourism and mixed farming and husbandry life in the region in order to prove that modernity is not a single model or a standard but to pursue satisfaction and happiness of people in a place where ecological balance is well kept and a shared future for mankind is built.

Keywords: mobility, modernity, Gyirong Valley, eco-tourism, harmonious coexistence.