PHOTOS Tea planting lifts villagers out of poverty in north China's Hebei

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Tea planting lifts villagers out of poverty in north China's Hebei

Xinhua

07:51, May 09, 2019

Aerial photo shows workers picking tea leaves at Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty. (Photos: Xinhua)

Workers pick tea leaves at Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Qu Baomin arranges tea leaves to be aired at his tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

A worker packs tea leaves at Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Qu Baomin arranges tea leaves to be aired at his tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Workers air newly-picked tea leaves at Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

A worker checks tea quality at Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Aerial photo shows workers walking amid Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Qu Baomin prepares to air tea leaves at his tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Aerial photo shows Qu Baomin's tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Qu Baomin arranges tea leaves to be aired at his tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

Qu Baomin prepares to air tea leaves at his tea garden at Tonghua Village in Lincheng County, north China's Hebei Province, May 7, 2019. In 2012, Qu Baomin and his wife Yang Suzhen contracted 30 mu (two hectares) of lands to plant tea at the village. Over the years, Qu has dedicated to organically farming his tea garden to ensure high tea quality, by which his products have been well received in some big cities across the country, including Beijing and Tianjin. Under his leading in tea planting, over 100 people living in surrounding areas have been lifted out of poverty.

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