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out of Lhasa for the four-hour drive to Namco Lake, the most holy la▓ke in Tibet.As we headed out of Lhasa towa

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alongside the world's highest railway. The world famous Tibetan railway cost around $44.2 bill▓ion US dollars to build and is considered to be something of an engineering marvel. The original Swiss engineers brought in the consult on building it conc▓luded that trains were not meant to▓ go that high. Apparently this one was. Today we saw many people standing by t

he roadside holding plas▓tic bags containing what I assumed was fruit or vegetables and waving them at passing motorists. Just as I was th▓inking to myself that few people would stop on a highway to buy something, our driver slammed o▓n his brakes and made a dash towards a seller. He came back with a bag of mushrooms he bought for▓ 40 yuan. I was told that because th

ey were wild mushrooms grown in the mountains they were worth every kuai. I'm still not▓ sure how he knew they were mushrooms in the first place. From cattle to chickens, farmers make changes for greener desertFrom cat▓tle to chickens, farmers make changes for g▓reener desertFrom cattle to chickens, farmers make changes for greener desert05-21-2018 16:17 BJT▓HOHH

OT -- Every morning, Huhtuyaa is woken up by his roosters' crowing, but he was not so comfort▓able with the sound 13 years ago when h▓is family abandoned grazing and started ▓to raise chickens."I grew up hearing sheep and cows, and▓ it felt strange to hear chickens in the beginning," said the resident of Sainhoda Township, d▓eep in the Hunshandake Sandland, in the nor

th of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.In early summer, Hunshandake turns green, but 20 years ago, 80 percent of the area was sand dunes.Hunshandake means "yellow wild horse" in Mongolian▓. The sandland was believed to be a major source of the severe sandstorms that would often shroud northern China.In 2002, China sta▓rted a sand control project in the Beiji▓ng-Tian

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jin-Hebei area. A series of environmental restorat▓ion efforts were undertaken in Hunshandake, with one of ▓them being encouraging herders to raise chickens.Scientists at the Hunshandake env

ught. But scientists warn th

ironment▓al research station under the Chinese Academy ▓of Sciences brought some chickens to the sandla▓nd, persuading the herders to give up gra▓zing.However, most of th

e herders refused to change their traditional way of living.Huhtuy▓aa's family took the daring step.With low interest loans given by the gove▓rnment, Huht

weather events -- both d

uyaa's parents bought around 400 chicks in 2005. Afraid that there might be no market ▓for their chickens, they traveled to Hebei Province and Bei▓jing from time to time,

looking for potential clients.Huhtuyaa joined his paren

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