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Tea plantation features ‘educated youth’ history

Updated:2017-04-17 10:58:23   Ecns.cn

A tea plantation that also features a history of "educated youth" in Fenggang County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 12, 2017. Approximately 80,000 people visited the plantation last year. More than 3,512 residents from 884 families have had their income boosted as a result of the booming tourism and high-quality tea products. The "educated youth", known as the zhiqing, refers to the young people who left urban districts to live and work in rural areas in Mao’s era. (Photo: China News Service/He Junyi)

A tea plantation that also features a history of "educated youth" in Fenggang County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 12, 2017. Approximately 80,000 people visited the plantation last year. More than 3,512 residents from 884 families have had their income boosted as a result of the booming tourism and high-quality tea products. The "educated youth", known as the zhiqing, refers to the young people who left urban districts to live and work in rural areas in Mao’s era. (Photo: China News Service/He Junyi)

A tea plantation that also features a history of "educated youth" in Fenggang County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 12, 2017. Approximately 80,000 people visited the plantation last year. More than 3,512 residents from 884 families have had their income boosted as a result of the booming tourism and high-quality tea products. The "educated youth", known as the zhiqing, refers to the young people who left urban districts to live and work in rural areas in Mao’s era. (Photo: China News Service/He Junyi)

A tea plantation that also features a history of "educated youth" in Fenggang County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 12, 2017. Approximately 80,000 people visited the plantation last year. More than 3,512 residents from 884 families have had their income boosted as a result of the booming tourism and high-quality tea products. The "educated youth", known as the zhiqing, refers to the young people who left urban districts to live and work in rural areas in Mao’s era. (Photo: China News Service/He Junyi)

A tea plantation that also features a history of "educated youth" in Fenggang County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, April 12, 2017. Approximately 80,000 people visited the plantation last year. More than 3,512 residents from 884 families have had their income boosted as a result of the booming tourism and high-quality tea products. The "educated youth", known as the zhiqing, refers to the young people who left urban districts to live and work in rural areas in Mao’s era. (Photo: China News Service/He Junyi)

Editor:Zhai Xinran

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