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Gannan video series 1 — Modern agriculture and animal husbandry improve well-being

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A video series covering best poverty alleviation and rural development practices known as “Building a Better Life: Best Practices from China’s Gannan” was unveiled at the 2021 International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnerships in Beijing on Oct. 19.

The three videos cover topics including the yak husbandry industry, formerly impoverished Gaxiu village’s path out of poverty, and Xiahe county’s Thangka [a type of traditional Tibetan scrolling painting] town, from specific and professional angles, and demonstrate the historical achievements that China has made as it builds a moderately prosperous society in all respects.

The videos were co-produced by the Information Office of Gansu Provincial People’s Government and the Global Center on Development Knowledge Sharing – a newly established thinktank that operates under the supervision of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG).

This video shows that in the process of winning the battle against poverty, Chinese government has striven to enhance education, healthcare, transportation, internet access and other previously inadequate public services and stimulate industrial development and intrinsic motivation in order to empower impoverished Chinese citizens and make it possible for everyone to lead lives of hope and dignity.

 

Gannan video series 2 — Formerly impoverished village becomes tourism hotspot

A video series covering best poverty alleviation and rural development practices known as “Building a Better Life: Best Practices from China’s Gannan” was unveiled at the 2021 International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnerships in Beijing on Oct. 19. The three videos cover topics including the yak husbandry industry, formerly impoverished Gaxiu village’s path out of poverty, and Xiahe county’s Thangka [a type of traditional Tibetan scrolling painting] town, from specific and professional angles, and demonstrate the historical achievements that China has made as it builds a moderately prosperous society in all respects.

The videos were co-produced by the Information Office of Gansu Provincial People’s Government and the Global Center on Development Knowledge Sharing – a newly established thinktank that operates under the supervision of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG).

This video shows that from modern animal husbandry to the opportunities that it provides for recreation and relaxation, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture has become known for its clean villages and beautiful landscapes and its rural residents have been able to start a new, more prosperous chapter in life.

 

Gannan video series 3 — Xiahe Thangka: Ancient craft becomes a modern treasure

A video series covering best poverty alleviation and rural development practices known as “Building a Better Life: Best Practices from China’s Gannan” was unveiled at the 2021 International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnerships in Beijing on Oct. 19. The three videos cover topics including the yak husbandry industry, formerly impoverished Gaxiu village’s path out of poverty, and Xiahe county’s Thangka [a type of traditional Tibetan scrolling painting] town, from specific and professional angles, and demonstrate the historical achievements that China has made as it builds a moderately prosperous society in all respects.

The videos were co-produced by the Information Office of Gansu Provincial People’s Government and the Global Center on Development Knowledge Sharing – a newly established thinktank that operates under the supervision of the China International Publishing Group (CIPG).

This video shows that Thangka, a type of traditional Tibetan scrolling painting, has been passed down for over 1,300 years, incorporating religion, history, culture, architecture, astronomy, and other subjects. Modern systematic teaching and research methods are conducive to the inheritance and cross-border innovation of Thangka theories and techniques. Thangka has been nourishing the people in Xiahe for more than a thousand years. It is a precious treasure that helps Xiahe thrive and prosper.

Modern agriculture and animal husbandry improve well-being

Xiahe Thangka: Ancient craft becomes a modern treasure

Formerly impoverished village becomes tourism hotspot

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