PHOTOS Tea industry helps boost farmers' income in China's Yunnan

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Tea industry helps boost farmers' income in China's Yunnan

Xinhua

20:21, June 14, 2019

A villager processes tea leaves in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes. (Photos: Xinhua)

A villager picks tea leaves at a factory in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

A villager processes tea leaves at home in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

Photo taken on June 13, 2019 shows tea leaves in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

Aerial photo taken on June 13, 2019 shows a view of Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

A villager picks tea leaves in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

Villagers pick tea leaves in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

Villagers pick tea leaves at a factory in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, June 13, 2019. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

Aerial photo taken on June 13, 2019 shows a tea garden in Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain in Menghai County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. As a famous Pu'er tea producing area of China, Bulang Ethnic Township on Bulang Mountain now owns tea gardens covering an area of nearly 250,000 mu (about 16,667 hectares), which is an important source for local villagers to boost their incomes.

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