Story of an Ordinary Tibetan Family


Tsering, 49, is a villager in Yangbajain Township of Lhasa, capital of Tibet.

When Yangbajain railway was constructed in 2004 as part of Qinghai-Tibet Railway, Tsering bought two tip lorries and opened a quarry, earning 200,000 yuan that year.

After having the first bucket of gold, Tsering opened a brickyard and employed more than 20 villagers.

Now, Tsering and his families live a comfortable life in his Tibetan-styled house of 386 square meters with all modern household appliances.

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