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Tsering Tsotan: From shepherdess to leader of poverty alleviation

2019-03-18 17:11:00China Tibet Online

Tsering Tsotan, who was born in the 1980s, is a National People's Congress representative from the Changtang Grassland in Tibet and a village official. She is the Party branch secretary of Na Village in Chagtse Township, Biru County, Nagchu Prefecture, Tibet Autonomous Region.

In 2018, she led 173 households of 907 people in getting out of poverty. She herself has gone from being a shepherd girl running through mountains to "hope of the whole village" today.

Tsering Tsotan (second from right) helps other representatives wear their ethnic dress and prepares to join the meeting.[Photo/China News Service]

On March 9, Tsering Tsotan (first from left) heads to the plenary meeting of the Tibet delegation to the second session of the 13th National People's Congress with other representatives.[Photo/China News Service]

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