A green path to rural growth in Guizhou   VIDEO

I visited counties, villages, tea gardens and mountains in Guizhou. I experienced local culture and met some great people. Most importantly, I loved the food. I saw the results of trans-district policies and ecological migration in Tongren, a region taking full advantage of its natural resources to help villagers lead happier lives. I saw locals’ efforts in environmental protection and sustainable green development and how that feeds into broader societal development.
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