Strawberry Plantation Helps Couple Shake off Poverty in Rizhao, Shandong

January 24, 2020
Editor: Sandy Zhu

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

Wang Shimei picks strawberries in a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

Wang Shimei picks strawberries in a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

An Fengdong works in a strawberry field inside a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

An Fengdong (L) and Wang Shimei pick strawberries inside a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

An Fengdong (R) and Wang Shimei show strawberries inside a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

An Fengdong picks strawberries inside a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]

CHINA-SHANDONG-RIZHAO-POVERTY ALLEVIATION (CN)

An Fengdong (R) and Wang Shimei pick strawberries inside a greenhouse in Lianghe Village of Wulian County in Rizhao, east China's Shandong Province, Jan. 23, 2020. An Fengdong and Wang Shimei, a couple in Lianghe Village, used to be poverty-stricken. In 2017, the couple received a loan of 130,000 yuan (about 18,742 U.S dollars), and started to plant strawberries. At present, the couple gain an annual income over 100,000 yuan (14,417 U.S. dollars) and have paid off their loan. They plan to enlarge the plantation and help more households shake off poverty. [Xinhua/Wang Kai]


(Source: Xinhua)
 

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