The entrance gate to Khesum Village
After 60 years of development and construction, Khesum Village, the first to launch Democratic Reform in Tibet, has changed from an old Tibet serf owner’s estate to a well-off socialist village today. New buildings were built here and convenient hardened roads were paved. In 2017, all impoverished people got out from poverty. In 2018, the per capita disposable income in Khesum village reached 19,735.5 yuan (2773.6 US dollars). People’s lives have undergone earth-shaking changes.
People in Khesum Village live in abundance.
Villagers ride on the central village road.
Exercise equipment set up in the village.
Beautiful houses of the villagers.
Flowers inside villagers’ homes.
A bright living room.
A mother plays with her child.
A happy aged.
Wang was born a serf in old Tibet's Nagqu. His parents, both beggars at the time, sent him t...