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Herdsmen in China's Tibet benefit from local resettlement program

  • Source : Xinhua Author : Time : 02/01/2019 Editor : Tenzin Chodron

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    A sheep is seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Chogo)

     

     

    Sheep are seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Chogo)

     

     

    A herdswoman drives sheep at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Chogo)

     

     

    Herdswoman Daindzin Yuzhen and her kid are seen inside their new home in Namtso Township, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Herdsman Caiba is seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2019 shows the frozen Namtso Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    A girl is seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 18, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Photo taken on Jan. 18, 2019 shows the frozen Namtso Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Yaks are seen near the frozen Namsto Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

     

    A herdsman makes zanba, a staple for Tibetans, at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Chogo)

     

     

    Herdswoman Qimei and her family get cow manure near a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Herdswoman Qimei and her family warm themselves at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Herdswoman Qimei and her children are seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Herdswoman Qimei and her family are seen at a herdsman resettlement site in Bange County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Children of herdsmen play on a frozen lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

     

     

    Gazelles are seen near the frozen Namsto Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Jan. 17, 2019. In the past, herdsmen in Tibet endured a ridiculously long, cold winter from October to the end of June, before moving to the summer meadow. They had no fixed residence and migrated when the seasons changed, taking their tents, kitchen utensils and other necessities on horseback. Nowadays, most herdsmen benefit from local resettlement program. They said goodbye to their winter hovels and moved into brick-and-mortar Tibetan-style homes. (Xinhua/Purbu Zhaxi)

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