April 18, 2018 -- On April 10th, over 30 villagers in Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Sichuan Province were busy planting apricot trees in the morning light, while on the same day, people in Dawu County and Daocheng County were also planting peach trees
From 2017 to 2018, nearly 30 thousand mu (2 thousand hectares) of flower trees will be planted in Garze.
Based on this, the country is developing specialty tourism industries including homestay inns, Tibetan-style restaurants, horseback riding and archery experiencing.
At the end of 2017, Gyaco received 1350 yuan (215.1 US dollars) of profit-sharing money from the village. He excitedly said that this was the third time the village has given out revenue dividends for the year.