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Living standard of people keeps rising in Xigaze, China’s Tibet

Updated: Jul 4,2016 7:46 AM     Xinhua

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows a woman pouring highland barley wine for guests at her new house in Xigaze, the second largest city in southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region. The living standard of people in Xigaze has been rising in recent years, especially after the railway linking Xigaze and Tibet’s capital city Lhasa opened to traffic in August of 2014. Tourism industry in Xigaze is also booming. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows the inside view of a Tibetan style building in Xigaze, the second largest city in southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region. The living standard of people in Xigaze has been rising in recent years, especially after the railway linking Xigaze and Tibet’s capital city Lhasa opened to traffic in August of 2014. Tourism industry in Xigaze is also booming. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 15, 2016 shows a village in Xigaze, the second largest city in southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region. The living standard of people in Xigaze has been rising in recent years, especially after the railway linking Xigaze and Tibet’s capital city Lhasa opened to traffic in August of 2014. Tourism industry in Xigaze is also booming. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 16, 2016 shows the inside view of a restaurant in Xigaze, the second largest city in southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region. The living standard of people in Xigaze has been rising in recent years, especially after the railway linking Xigaze and Tibet’s capital city Lhasa opened to traffic in August of 2014. Tourism industry in Xigaze is also booming. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 16, 2016 shows Purbu (L) talking with customers at his butter barrel shop in Xigaze, the second largest city in southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region. The living standard of people in Xigaze has been rising in recent years, especially after the railway linking Xigaze and Tibet’s capital city Lhasa opened to traffic in August of 2014. Tourism industry in Xigaze is also booming. [Photo/Xinhua]

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