Relocated Tibetan village marches ahead to prosperity

By Cao Zinan in Nyingchi, Tibet | | Updated: 2020-08-24 15:16
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A villager packs Tibetan incense products in Cha village, in Nang county, Nyingchi city of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on Aug 19, 2020. [Photo by Dekyi Yangzom/For ]

Taking the Tibetan incense company as an example, it involves only simple physical work, and the village arranges 22 people from nine households in the village, the disabled and other villagers to take turn to work in the company. At present, workers can earn 12.5 yuan ($1.8) per hour, and there is also performance-based payment, making their annual average salary reach 10,400 yuan.

The villagers are more than satisfied with their lives right now, but Cha village never stopped its steps to explore more ways to increase the villagers' income and lead them to a happier and fulfilling life.

In recent years, the Party branch of the village has actively explored the online sales model, and in 2020, they also began the popular livestreaming broadcasts, during which the villagers introduced the Tibetan incense products and processing procedures while performing traditional shows for netizens, winning big praise.

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