Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)

Horse race held in Tibet village

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A horse race in Qianggu Village in Ngari Prefecture, Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, April 9, 2019. The per capita income of the village reached 14,000 yuan ($2,086) in 2017 and locals all live above the poverty line. (Photo: China News Service/He Penglei)