CULTURE Picturing a prosperous society


Picturing a prosperous society

China Daily

11:27, October 17, 2020

Villagers work in the fields in Aba Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture in Sichuan province on July 16, 2016. They have increased output by improving crop cultivation techniques with the help of poverty alleviation officials. [Photo by Zhao Yuanping/For China Daily]

Female college graduates serving as village officials take a break in a field in Sihong county, Suqian, Jiangsu province, on July 24, 2013. [Photo by Li Ge/For China Daily]

Farmers pick tea leaves in Jinhua village, Meitan county in Southwest China's Guizhou province, on July 25, 2019. Tea plantation, in addition to tourism, has helped villagers earn three times more than growing pepper, tomato and other crops. [Photo by Zeng Jia/For China Daily]

Electricity workers carry out comprehensive maintenance of power facilities and home electrical wiring and ammeters in the Qiyue Mountain region, Enshi Tujia and Miao autonomous prefecture, Central China's Hubei province, on Dec 7, 2019. [Photo by Chen Xiaolin/For China Daily]

Tibetans wait for free diagnosis provided by medical experts from Beijing at the People's Hospital of Sog county in Nagchu, Tibet Autonomous Region, on June 16, 2016, and 19 experts in two medical teams offered free clinic services in such counties. [Photo by Pan Songgang/For China Daily]

Villagers chat under a photovoltaic lamp in Shaguo village in Honghe Hani and Yi autonomous prefecture in Yunnan on Dec 11, 2013. The China Environmental Protection Foundation installed photovoltaic power generation systems to help them. [Photo by Deng Jia/For China Daily]

A bullet train passes through a bridge in Enshi, Central China's Hubei province on July 1, 2014. Enshi is the first autonomous prefecture in China that had access to the high-speed railway, which helped lift the region out of poverty. [Photo by Teng Jun/For China Daily]

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