25,000 more people in Tibet will be covered by the main power grid by the end of this year.
Tibetans living in remote areas of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau have more access to financial services.
"Now, life is happy. These good days are the secret to my long life and health!" Samdrup Drolma said.
A total of 210,000 people have been lifted out of poverty through industrial development projects in the past three years in southwest China's Tibet.
Effortlessly cutting slices from a gigot while chatting with local herdsmen in fluent Tibetan, Ji Qiumei, thin and wearing glasses, fits right into the ...
"Now I have four homes: my younger brother Tsewang's home, my sisters Drolgar and Tseshe's homes, and the Karuo District Impoverished Support Center."
Ngawang Dawa will never forget the 15-day journey he took ten years ago to bring food and clothes to farmers and herders hit by a snowstorm.
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."
Dawa was drinking butter tea and enjoying the sunshine as she listened to her granddaughter practice her dhanyan.