Homestays create a way to wealth for remote Tibet county

By Zhao Shiyue | | Updated: 2021-08-03 06:40
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Nyima Tsering, the owner of Boboli Garden Homestay, also is Party branch secretary in Baka village, Bomi county, Nyingchi city in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on June 29, 2021. [Photo by Zhao Shiyue/]

Nyima Tsering and his friend, Ringtsing, set up a highland barley processing factory in 2019, with a personal investment of 480,000 yuan ($74,290), plus a 500,000 yuan loan from the government.

"Barley was collected from farmers and made into flour, which tourists love the most," said Nyima Tsering. "We are always figuring out various approaches to lift up villagers' income."

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