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Tibetan Economy - Series of Basic Information of Tibet of China

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Author: Wang Wenchang; Lacan;
Language: English
Format: 1 book
Page: 127
Publication Date: 12/2005
ISBN: 7508506669
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The Tibetan economic mode has a long history in terms of farming, animal husbandry and a handicraft industry steeped in tradition. Farming in Tibet is divided into two parts: Highland and low-altitude farming. Qingke barley, wheat, peas, sweet potatoes, buck wheat and rape are the major crops of highland farming, being resistant to dry, cold conditions. Major crops in the areas at low-altitude include rice, maize, chicken feet cereals, and various kinds of vegetables.

Wandering around in pursuit of water and grass constitutes the basic form of traditional animal husbandry in Tibet.


Table of Contents
Preface
Snapshots of Economic Life
Trade Activities
Seeking Impetuses for Development
Modern Economic Construction
Symphony of Regional Development
Green Dream
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