China's Southwest Tibet autonomous region is planning to jointly launch six self-driving and trekking lines with neighboring Qinghai province, the region's tourism development department said, Tibet Business Daily reported.
Both Tibet and Qinghai share similar geographical and cultural resources with well-connected transportation networks, as well as a strong motivation for further cooperation in the tourism market.
An official team from Yushu Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Qinghai province recently made a trip to discuss cooperative projects.
Environmental protection trekking activities, off-road rally across Yushu, Tibet's Nagchu city and Ngari prefecture, and trekking along the ten Tibetan sacred mountains are discussed during the survey trip.
Wang was born a serf in old Tibet's Nagqu. His parents, both beggars at the time, sent him t...