PHOTOS China's Xinjiang witnesses brisk growth in economy and social affairs

PHOTOS

China's Xinjiang witnesses brisk growth in economy and social affairs

Xinhua

14:34, July 17, 2021

People promote Hami melons via livestreaming in Turpan of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, May 19, 2021. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights. (Photos: Xinhua)

Aerial photo taken on May 13, 2021 shows a view of the Xiabandi reservoir, a key water conservancy project in the Pamirs, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Adhering to a "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in its economy and social affairs. With steadily increasing input in projects for the public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Residents play billiard at a relocation site for poverty alleviation in Tajik Autonomous County of Taxkorgan, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, May 22, 2020. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Farmers sort out just-harvested red dates in Wuzongxiao Township, Hotan of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Nov. 6, 2020. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Staff members and passengers dance together in a passenger car of train No. K9756 from Korla to Yetimbulak in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Dec. 9, 2020. Train No. K9756 set out for the first time on that day, which also marked the official operation of the 1,206-km Golmud-Korla railway linking Golmud City in Qinghai Province and Korla City in Xinjiang, both in northwest China. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Aerial photo taken on June 17, 2021 shows a salmon farming base in Karasu Township, Nilka County, Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Photo taken on July 12, 2021 shows a view of the construction site for airport expansion project in Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

A courier service van runs on a mountainous highway in Kashgar, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Nov. 7, 2018. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

A worker bakes naan bread at a workshop in a naan industrial park in Horgos of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Feb. 5, 2021. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Local residents buy food in a marketplace designed to provide job opportunities to low-income families at Karatokay Township, Tekes County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, June 29, 2020. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

Photo taken on May 23, 2020 shows a view of the construction site for airport expansion project in Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

A community worker moves packed nutritious milk for the "nursing project" at the Jianquan East community, Cuiquan Road subdistrict, Tianshan District, Urumqi, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, May 22, 2020. The "nursing project" aims to ensure a daily supply of 200ml pure milk to each child of 0-6 years old in the city, on top of complementary supply of such milk to all children receiving compulsory education. Adhering to the "people-centered" philosophy of development, Xinjiang has witnessed a brisk growth in both its economy and social affairs. With steadily increased input in projects for public well-being, people of all ethnic groups now have equal opportunities to develop their careers, to contribute to regional construction, and to share a happy life and effectively ensured economic rights.

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