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In pics: residents move to relocation site in SW China's Tibet

  • Source : Xinhua Author : Time : 04/21/2020 Editor : Tenzin Chodron

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    Zhaxi Nyima (front) and Puba Doje, Gedor's sons, are seen in their family's teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Rolpai pours her husband Gedor a glass of Tibetan butter tea in their teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Zhaxi Nyima (L) and Puba Doje, Gedor's sons, play at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Gedor (L, back) poses for a group photo with his wife Rolpai (R, back), his sons Zhaxi Nyima (R, front) and Puba Doje in front of their teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Gedor helps his son Zhaxi Nyima with his shoes at home at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 16, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Rolpai, Gedor's wife, helps her son Zhaxi Nyima wash face at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Puba Doje, Gedor's son, is seen in his family's teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Rolpai, Gedor's wife, works at her teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Gedor (L) serves noodles for a customer in his teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Rolpai, Gedor's wife, works outside her teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 16, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Zhaxi Nyima (R) and Puba Doje (C), Gedor's sons, play with their friend at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 16, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Gedor and his family have meals in their teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Rolpai, Gedor's wife, prepares food for customers in their teahouse at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

     

     

    Gedor (R) and his wife Rolpai show their homemade tea at a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Gedor, 34, used to live in a remote pastoral area in Amdo County in northern Tibet with his family. Restricted by the living conditions, they earned a living by pasture and the low income of their small grocery store. In late 2019, with the support of local authorities, 4,058 residents in Amdo and Co Nyi, two counties at a high altitude of over 4,500 meters, were relocated. Gedor and his family moved to a relocation site in Gangdoi Town of Gonggar County. The site has easy access to roads and various facilities including market, hospital and school. The convenience of new life has encouraged Gedor and his wife Rolpai to open a Tibetan butter teahouse for neighboring residents to spend leisure time. Now, Gedor and his family live a better life as their teahouse has been a popular spot with satisfactory income, and with the allowance from local authorities. (Xinhua/Zhan Yan)

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