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Lhasa moved by shared bike service

By Palden Nyima in Lhasa | China Daily | Updated: 2017-05-16 07:34

Bike-sharing has come to Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region, and one local owner of a small business called it a more efficient and pleasant way to travel between home and work.

China's biggest bicycle-sharing startup, Ofo, began operating in the capital on Sunday and announced plans to make 2,000 shared bikes available there this month and well as to expand the service across the region.

Jamyang Tso, 35, who has a shop selling yak dairy products near the city's historic Potala Palace, said there are drawbacks to taking buses or walking.

Lhasa moved by shared bike service

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