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From: China Tibet Information Center 2009-12-07 13:59:00
by: Mirenda
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Housing project changes look in N.Tibet

The new houses built by the housing project in the No.8 Village of Nagqu Township, Nagqu Prefecture, northern Tibet.

In the Meixiao Village of Nagqu Prefecture, Tibetan man Gyalpo's family hung the photo of Chairman Mao in the most eye-catching place the day they moved into the new house.

Children in Luoma Township are playing outside the houses built by the housing project.

The housing project in Tibet has brought tremendous changes to Changtang areas in northern Tibet, where farmers and herdsmen, who used to live in black cow-hide tents, are able to have decent houses and live a happy and comfortable life.

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