How traditional Tibetan weaving creates hope for poverty alleviation
Updated 05:41, 01-Jan-2020

When it comes to poverty alleviation in China, industry development is a common mechanism. In some of the ethnic minority regions though, the development of industries is sometimes combined with preserving the ethnic cultures. 

Ze Tier is a traditional, handmade woolen fabric in Tsethang, Tibet Autonomous Region, which has a history of a thousand years. In recent years, it was brought back to life, and created jobs and hope for people in need.

CGTN's Xu Mengqi has recently experienced the craft, check it out.