Xinhua News Agency, Chengdu, December 9th (Reporters Dong Xiaohong and Gao Boyang) Walking into Mingyue Village, Ganxi Town, Pujiang County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, the tourist map and tourist reception center at the entrance of the village are eye-catching, and the village roads are clean and tidy with twists and turns. Extending to the depths of the village, even the trash cans on the roadside are "worn" with the traditional hats of the village, simple and lovely.

Entering here, like the name of Mingyue Village, is like walking into a poetic pastoral.

  Entering a white house beside the village road, a small sign-"Yuanjia" hung at the door.

This is a rural cultural space that integrates multiple types of businesses such as homestays, handicraft classrooms, cafes, and bookstores.

  Zhang Xiaoxi, the person in charge of Yuanjia, sorted out the books in the store, and checked the schedule of several cultural activities to be held in the village with the staff.

  As a "new villager", he has been in this village for 6 years and he likes it more and more.

  In 2015, Zhang Xiaoxi entered Mingyue Village for the first time and was attracted by the strong local people here.

"Every day, the villagers greet me, and they often invite me to eat at their house. They are very enthusiastic." The villagers' simplicity and enthusiasm made Zhang Xiaoxi feel the long-lost "human touch."

  Zhang Xiaoxi also took a fancy to the unique vegetation dyeing resources in the village.

So he decided to stay and promote the development of the village.

Plant dyeing is a technique of dyeing natural plants and trees as dyes.

Zhang Xiaoxi was surprised to find that Mingyue Village not only has the tradition of dyeing cloth, but the soil in the village is also very suitable for the growth of the dyeing material "Polygonum".

  Zhang Xiaoxi took his team to Guizhou, Yunnan and other places to learn the techniques of dyeing plants and trees. After finishing school, he returned to the village and conducted a series of trainings for local "old villagers".

Under his lead, more and more "old villagers" realized that traditional skills are a "treasure" and took the initiative to participate.

  Cai Qiong, a 35-year-old "old villager", had been working outside before. After learning that the village was developing grass and wood dyeing skills, she returned to the village to learn from scratch. After training, she is now a lecturer in the village grass and wood dyeing handicraft experience center and is responsible for explaining training to tourists Vegetation dyeing skills.

  "A month is four to five thousand yuan, which is about the same as my income from working outside. It is close to home, can take care of children and the elderly, and also learns a craft, which is very good." Cai Qiong was very satisfied when he mentioned the life of returning to the village.

  At present, Mingyue Village has introduced 51 cultural and creative projects, introduced more than 100 "new villagers", and promoted "old villagers" through "new villagers", and focused on building a cultural and creative tourism industry. In 2020, it will receive 230,000 tourists, and tourism income will reach 33 million yuan, leading to an increase of 27,000 yuan in the per capita disposable income of farmers in the village.

  The development of Mingyue Village not only promoted the local revitalization, but also allowed the surrounding villagers to enjoy dividends.

Ou Xiaojuan, a villager in Outang New Village next door, saw the development of Mingyue Village and ended nearly ten years of wandering, and came to Mingyue Village to become a barista.

  Ou Xiaojuan quickly put the operation of the village cafe on the right track based on the experience of opening coffee shops in big cities.

Relying on the rise of cultural and creative tourism, she firmly believes that the fragrance of coffee in the depths of Mingyue Village will drift farther and farther.

  "The bright moon is like frost, the good wind is like water, and the scenery is infinite"-now, the old and new villagers of Mingyue Village join hands to create a poetic new village.

  In the past, the village was very poor and there was only one dirt road. After years of development, the village today has become like a painting, which makes the villagers proud.

After graduating from Sichuan University with a major in visual communication design, Luo Dan, an "old villager", worked in a design company outside. Seeing the changes in the village, she took the initiative to return to the village and set up an indigo dyeing studio for tourists to experience and practice dyeing skills.

During the tourist season, 400-500 tourists are received a day, and the annual income is 300-400,000 yuan.

  The reporter learned that the development of Mingyue Village is inseparable from the local government's "inducing phoenix to build a nest".

In recent years, the village has vigorously promoted the integration of agriculture and tourism, relying on the bamboo sea tea mountain and cloth dyeing skills.

  The relevant person in charge of Ganxi Town said that the local area also improved infrastructure and beautified the environment based on the cultural and creative industries developed in the village to help accelerate the integration of agriculture and tourism.

  Next to Rodin's blue dye studio was originally a barren wasteland. Later, the local government transformed the wasteland into a lotus pond and a tea garden.

Bright and bright moon, Xu Xu Qing breeze, practice cloth dyeing skills by the lotus pond and tea garden at night, comfortable and picturesque.