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Rural tourism maintains robust growth to help relieve poverty in China

2017-05-02 09:35:20 作者: 浏览量(3192) 来源:Xinhua

      An aerial photo taken on May 1, 2017 shows a mulberry plantation in Sangyuan Village in Hebi City, central China's Henan Province. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng)

      Tourists visit Sangyuan Village of Hebi City, central China's Henan Province, May 1, 2017. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng)

      Tourists watch cockfight in Sangyuan Village of Hebi City, central China's Henan Province, May 1, 2017. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng)

      Tourists visit an exhibition of traditional farming tools in Sangyuan Village of Hebi City, central China's Henan Province, May 1, 2017. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng) 

      Tourists visit in Sangyuan Village in Hebi City, central China's Henan Province, May 1, 2017. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng)

      Tourists visit an restaurant in Sangyuan Village of Hebi City, central China's Henan Province, May 1, 2017. Rural tourism maintained robust growth in China last year as more city-dwellers prefer a taste of the country life during holidays, and governments hope the burgeoning sector will help relieve poverty. (Xinhua/Feng Dapeng)

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