Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China

January 23, 2020
Editor: Wang Liyan
Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China
A 96-year-old woman rests in front of her new house at the relocation site in Gangdoi Town, Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, January 20, 2020. Located in the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River's mid-stream, the relocation site is a key place to improve the production and living environment of the Tibetans in extremely high altitude areas with harsh natural conditions. By December 2019, 3,364 people from Nagchu City have settled here. The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau with an average elevation of about 5,000 meters to the lower southern Tibetan river valley. [Xinhua/Chogo]

 

Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China
Children play in front of their new houses at the relocation site in Gangdoi Town, Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, January 20, 2020. Located in the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River's mid-stream, the relocation site is a key place to improve the production and living environment of the Tibetans in extremely high altitude areas with harsh natural conditions. By December 2019, 3,364 people from Nagchu City have settled here. The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau with an average elevation of about 5,000 meters to the lower southern Tibetan river valley. [Xinhua/Chogo]

 

Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China
Children study at their new house at the relocation site in Gangdoi Town, Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, January 20, 2020. Located in the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River's mid-stream, the relocation site is a key place to improve the production and living environment of the Tibetans in extremely high altitude areas with harsh natural conditions. By December 2019, 3,364 people from Nagchu City have settled here. The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau with an average elevation of about 5,000 meters to the lower southern Tibetan river valley. [Xinhua/Chogo]

 

Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China
A woman takes care of her baby at her new house at the relocation site in Gangdoi Town, Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, January 20, 2020. Located in the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River's mid-stream, the relocation site is a key place to improve the production and living environment of the Tibetans in extremely high altitude areas with harsh natural conditions. By December 2019, 3,364 people from Nagchu City have settled here. The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau with an average elevation of about 5,000 meters to the lower southern Tibetan river valley. [Xinhua/Chogo]

 

Living Environment of Relocated People Improved in Tibet, China
Kelsang Drolkar poses for a photo with two children at the relocation site in Gangdoi Town, Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, January 20, 2020. Located in the north bank of the Yarlung Zangbo River's mid-stream, the relocation site is a key place to improve the production and living environment of the Tibetans in extremely high altitude areas with harsh natural conditions. By December 2019, 3,364 people from Nagchu City have settled here. The production and living environment of the relocated people have been greatly improved after moving from the northern Tibetan plateau with an average elevation of about 5,000 meters to the lower southern Tibetan river valley. [Xinhua/Chogo]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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