People in Chamdo Prefecture, in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region will be able to cross the region's deep ravines and rivers more safely through bridges instead of ropeways. Statistics from Chamdo Prefecture Poverty Alleviation Office show that over 28,000 people from 61 villages of 29 towns and townships in 11 counties in Chamdo relied on ropeways to cross rivers in the past. Likewise Tibetans in Yushu are expected to observe end of electricity shortage after construction of Yushu-Qinghai main 330 kw electronic power grid transmission project.
17, 20 November
China Tibet Online