Tibetans living in remote areas of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau have more access to financial services.
To alleviate poverty, Xixi village began to move its herdsmen to Daqinggou in early 2016.
Tashi Gyaltsen, who just turned 30, is working to make every minute count.
Effortlessly cutting slices from a gigot while chatting with local herdsmen in fluent Tibetan, Ji Qiumei, thin and wearing glasses, fits right into the ...
southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region hired 309,000 farmers and herders as forest rangers in 2018.
A green van from the state-owned China Post crosses a vast landscape of ice, snow, mountains and rivers.
Southwest China's Tibet has seen an increasing number of women joining the workforce and a growth of income.
Phurchung rushes with incredible agility through creeks and rubble on the grasslands in Changtang, watching over the "golden treasure."
Nagqu ends its history as the only city without trees in China by continuously improving the survival rate of trees.
Tenzin Dolker is a delivery woman who works along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway Nagqu section.