I've recently heard about sky burial tourism, and I've got a couple of questions about it.
Has it been banned in China? I recently retweeted someone tweeting about sky burial tourism by Chinese tourists, and if reports of its subsequent banning are true, I ought to acknowledge that. Unless it's one of those fake bans which aren't enforced that governments do when they want to stop people complaining.
Is sky burial tourism available in Mongolia (the country, not the region of China)? I tried searching for info on sky burial tourism in Mongolia, but I typically get hits talking about sky burial tourism happening in Tibet that explain that sky burial also happens in inner Mongolia and Mongolia itself.
Are local people in the ethnic groups that practice sky burial usually ok with sky burial tourism? I came across one anecdote of a family of a deceased person inviting the tourist to sit with them and even take photos, but I've heard elsewhere allegations that local people aren't happy with it. Wikipedia doesn't have info much info on tourism in its sky burial article, and Wikivoyage has only a handful of sentences throughout the site mentioning sky burial tourism.