Qiangtang grassland is full of vitality

  Our reporter Qiongda Zhuoga

  Cicheng Taqing, 34, is a field guard in Shenza County, Qiangtang National Nature Reserve.

As a field guard for 13 years, after eating breakfast at 9 o'clock every morning, Cicheng Taqing carefully checked his equipment - a motorcycle, a telescope, a bag of dry food, a record book, and then rode on it skillfully. Motorcycles started patrolling.

  "The patrol mileage in a day is sometimes as much as 300 kilometers, and I can't go home until 8 o'clock in the evening." Cicheng Taqing said.

  Rescue animals is an important task on the patrol road.

Some time ago, the field guards received reports from the public that a lonely Tibetan wild donkey was trapped in the nearby swamp, and the situation was very urgent.

Cicheng Taqing immediately drove with his colleagues.

After arriving at the scene, they first dug a large hole around the Tibetan wild donkey, poured some water, tied the Tibetan wild donkey's limbs with ropes, and then slowly dragged the Tibetan wild donkey out of the swamp with the help of the buoyancy of the swamp water.

  Cicheng Taqing is very familiar with the activities of wild animals.

He pointed to the hills not far away and said, "There are many Tibetan antelopes there, and there are many blue sheep on the hilltops to the south. The Selincuo wetland in front is the habitat of black-necked cranes..."

  Qiangtang National Nature Reserve is located in Nagqu City and Ali area. It is the largest terrestrial ecosystem nature reserve in my country. It is also a dense distribution area of ​​large, rare and endangered plateau wild animals in China. There are 10 national first-class protected wild animals such as wild donkeys, and 21 national second-class protected wild animals, which are known as the "alpine biological germplasm resource bank".

  Zongga, deputy director of the Forestry and Grassland Bureau of the Tibet Autonomous Region, said that the recovery of wild animal populations in Tibet is due to a series of powerful protection measures: the establishment of national nature reserves, the establishment of special protection management agencies and law enforcement teams; the strict prohibition of Poaching, regular mountain patrols, and monitoring of Tibetan antelope and other important species populations; popular science publicity and education in Tibetan antelope, black-necked cranes and other distribution areas, and local farmers and herdsmen are hired to participate in protection and management.

  Develop Hydropower to Benefit People's Livelihood

  Our reporter dares to

  Facing all kinds of measuring instruments in the hydrological center, Angwang Dolma, the hydrological duty officer of the Suwalong Branch of Huadian Jinsha River Upstream Hydropower Development Company, carefully recorded all the data.

Although busy, she always had a smile on her face.

Recently, something made her even more happy, that is, the Suwalong Hydropower Station in front of her house has been put into operation to generate electricity.

"I watched it build bit by bit, just like watching a child grow up," Angwang Dolma said.

  Suwalong Hydropower Station is a key hydropower project and a pilot project of the national "West-East Power Transmission" connection base.

After it is fully completed and put into operation, it is expected to save 1.8 million tons of standard coal every year.

  Suoduoxi Township, Mangkang County, Chamdo City, where Angwang Dolma’s family lives, is located deep in the Jinsha River Canyon, with insufficient arable land resources and limited employment channels for the masses. It has long been a deeply impoverished area.

  The transformation of life comes from local hydropower development.

In combination with the project construction, the participating enterprises have set up "three fixed" training classes for targeted enrollment, training and placement for the children of poor households like Angwang Dolma.

  "It doesn't cost me to study, and my employment is guaranteed. Now I can receive a salary of 10,000 yuan a month." Angwang Dolma added.

  "In the construction of hydropower stations, we must adhere to the concept of developing one's resources, driving one's economy, and benefiting one's people," said Luo Zongwei, general manager of Huadian Jinshangsuwalong Branch.

  Hydropower benefits Tibet and benefits people's livelihood.

Relying on the clean energy base in the upper reaches of the Jinsha River, one of the nine major clean energy bases under the national "14th Five-Year Plan", the national-level large-scale wind-solar water storage demonstration base with a total investment of 360 billion yuan has begun to take shape.

  "Transforming Tibet's resource advantages into economic advantages is the need to boost Tibet's economic and social development, energy conservation and emission reduction, as well as the need to continue the power transmission from Sichuan and Yunnan, drive the development and delivery of new energy in Tibet, and achieve the goal of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality. ” said the head of the Development and Reform Commission of the Tibet Autonomous Region.

  "Travel, medical care, and education conditions are getting better every day. Everyone can work nearby, or open restaurants, supermarkets, sell fruits and vegetables, and sell specialty products. Life has changed dramatically." Angwang Dolma said that the villagers have a lot of income. Yes, it's a beautiful day.

  A thousand-year-old ancient city is timeless

  Our reporter Yuan Quan

  Copy the murals of the "Battle of Shambhala" in the Qing Dynasty up close, listen to the ancient music of intangible cultural heritage, pick up a paintbrush and become a Tibetan carpet designer... Every weekend and holiday, in the Jibengang Art Center in Lhasa, there are always three to five Under the guidance of teachers, groups of children experience the charm of traditional art.

  Jibenggang Lakang is a cultural relic protection unit in Lhasa, and it is the only existing ancient building in Lhasa that is completely built according to the mandala structure.

But the vicissitudes of wind and rain over the years have once overshadowed the place.

  From 2017 to 2019, the Cultural and Tourism Bureau of Chengguan District, Lhasa City invested financial funds to complete the protective repairs.

In order to give full play to the cultural heritage of ancient buildings and promote the development of Tibet's public cultural service system, the government of Chengguan District of Lhasa City innovated the mechanism, introduced a third-party cultural team to carry out protective renovation and long-term operation, and upgraded it to Jibengang Art Center.

  "Through a series of work such as waterproof renovation, power system upgrade, museum-level lighting system erection, and functional space construction, this ancient building in the Qing Dynasty has a new brilliance, and it has the conditions to hold international cultural and art exhibitions." Gibbon Fang Kun, head of the Gang Art Center, said.

  In Lhasa, the successful example of protective repair and renovation of ancient buildings is not only the Jibengang Art Center.

  The ancient city of Barkhor has a history of more than 1,300 years, including more than 20 temples including the Jokhang Temple, a world cultural heritage, and more than 50 ancient buildings.

The century-old shop "Xia Mao Gabu", Lao Guangming Gang Qiongtian Teahouse, Maji Ami Tibetan Restaurant, "Beijing Cong Kang" and other prosperous shops line up.

  In 2009, Barkhor Street, the core of the ancient city of Barkhor, was included in the first batch of famous historical and cultural streets in China.

In 2012, about 3,000 stalls on the Barkhor Meridian Road were moved out, and they were properly relocated to the new shopping mall near the ancient city, and the renovation project of the ancient city was implemented.

Since the peaceful liberation of Tibet, the ancient city protection project has been implemented four times, effectively protecting and improving the ancient city's infrastructure, residents' living environment, and the characteristics of the ancient city.

  "Through the study of the details of the ancient city's features, architectural styles, music and murals, we deeply feel that every pillar, beam and stone piece are living history, carrying the continuous cultural memory and unity of the Chinese nation on the plateau. Epics have immeasurable value," Fang Kun said.

"Tea and salt" love each other

  Our reporter Qiongda Zhuoga

  "Retirement will not fade, and retirement will not retire. At that time, there was a general shortage of doctors and medicines in remote border areas. I was a health worker in the army, so I wanted to stay and do something for the masses." Zhu Xiangwu's firm words revealed the true nature of a soldier.

  In 1998, Zhu Xiangwu, who was a soldier in Yadong County, Tibet, retired from the army and opened a personal clinic in Yadong County.

He has been awarded the honorary title of National Moral Model and has been proud of serving the local people of all ethnic groups for many years.

  "He took care of me like my son all these years," said 80-year-old Kelsang Droga.

Kelsang Droga's son is disabled and has a granddaughter to support.

Zhu Xiangwu saw that the old grandmother's family situation was very difficult, so he went to offer condolences from time to time, and also provided the necessary medicines to the Gesang Zhuoga family for free.

When Pema Yangzong, the granddaughter of Kelsang Droga, was studying in the Tibetan mainland, Zhu Xiangwu sent her 600 yuan per month for living expenses.

"Don't be afraid to spend money at school. If you don't have enough money, 'Papa Zhu' will send it to you." Several times, the enthusiasm in Zhu Xiangwu's voice on the other end of the phone made Baima Yangzong burst into tears.

  Kelsang Droga wasn't the only one who was helped by Zhu Xiangwu.

In the past 10 years, Zhu Xiangwu has sponsored three Tibetan students from Yadong to go to school.

  "In the first year of enlistment, I was injured on duty, and the local people took care of me like relatives..." Zhu Xiangwu said, "Here, our ethnic groups love each other like 'tea and salt', and no one can do without each other. "

  The three Tibetan grandmothers from Renqinggang Village, Yadong County care about the PLA officers and soldiers stationed there.

Officers and soldiers also often go down the mountain to offer condolences and send medicines and advanced planting and breeding techniques to the villagers.

Yadong County also cooperated with the local garrison to build and continue to carry out assistance activities.

  Not only in Yadong County, the flowers of national unity and progress are blooming everywhere on the snowy plateau.

Since last year, documents such as the "Plan for the Establishment of Model Areas for Ethnic Unity and Progress in the Tibet Autonomous Region (2021-2025)" have been issued to deepen the creation of model areas for ethnic unity and progress.

  A lot of national health

  Our reporter Xu Yuyao

  In Menshi Township, Gar County, Ngari Prefecture, elders and villagers lined up, one by one, in front of Guo Hongliang, an ophthalmologist from the seventh batch of "group-style" medical aid teams from Shaanxi Province.

Guo Hongliang checked the eyes of the villagers in detail. Although the conditions were simple, he took it very seriously.

This is doing cataract screening.

Ali area has high altitude, harsh climate conditions, strong ultraviolet rays, and high incidence of cataracts in middle-aged and elderly people.

  Guo Hongliang often takes doctors from the People's Hospital of Ali District to the countryside to screen cataract patients, and arranges them to go to the People's Hospital of the District for free surgery.

Up to now, they have visited the countryside for more than 3,000 screenings, and more than 130 cataract patients have been screened.

  In addition to cataracts, Kashin-Beck disease, hydatid disease, congenital heart disease... The doctors at the People's Hospital of Ali District carry out extensive screening and treatment for common local diseases.

  "Scalpel, tweezers, hemostatic forceps..." On March 28 this year, in the surgical operating room of the Ali District People's Hospital, artificial knee replacement was performed for the first time for the local people.

During the operation, doctors from the joint surgery department of Yan'an University Affiliated Hospital, thousands of miles away, gave remote guidance to Dr. Ali.

Under the long-term "passing, helping, and leading" of the doctors in Tibet, the medical level of the local doctors in the Ali area hospital has continued to grow, and now they can perform knee replacement, heart bypass surgery, craniotomy and other complex surgeries.

  "The medical service capacity of local doctors has been greatly improved, and more and more people can enjoy satisfactory medical services in Ali." said Chen Chen, leader of the seventh batch of "group-style" medical aid teams for Tibet and president of the People's Hospital of Ali area. On the road to health, one cannot be missing."

  Tan Xiangdong, Secretary of the Party Group of the Health and Health Commission of the Tibet Autonomous Region, said: "Since the 13th Five-Year Plan, the state and the autonomous region have invested more than 6.2 billion yuan to support the construction of the health and health service system. The level of medical services in Tibet has been continuously improved. Diseases, drinking-water fluorosis and other endemic diseases meet the control or elimination standards.”