The first Spring Festival after thousands of miles of relocation, they plan to spend it like this


Aerial photo taken on Jan. 24, 2018 shows people moving to zhouqu, Northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area to pay New Year’s greetings to the whole country during the first Spring Festival after they moved to the village.The Spring Festival, the Year of the Tiger, is approaching, and people in Zhouqu County, Lanzhou New Area, Gansu Province, will welcome their first Spring Festival after being relocated.They came to Lanzhou New Area from the depths of the mountains, so that they could get rid of the misery of years of disaster and start a happy new life in their new home.Zhouqu County of Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Gansu Province is prone to geological disasters such as landslides, mud-rock flows and collapses. In 2021, Gansu Province will launch the geological disaster avoidance relocation project in Zhouqu County to move people from disaster-prone areas thousands of miles away to Lanzhou New Area.Up to now, more than 3,000 people have moved from Zhouqu to Live and work in Lanzhou New Area.Aerial photo taken on Jan. 24, 2018 shows a resettlement site in Zhouqu, Lanzhou New Area.On Jan. 25, the first Temporary Party Branch of Zhouqu Geological Disaster Relocation organized calligrapher to send Spring Festival couplets to the relocated people in Zhouqu, Lanzhou New Area.On January 25, calligrapher sent Spring Festival couplets to the displaced people in zhouqu, Lanzhou New Area.Residents display the Chinese character “fu” at a relocation site in Zhouqu, Northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area, Jan. 25, 2019.People show their Spring Festival couplets at a resettlement site in Zhouqu, Northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area, Jan. 25, 2019.People move to zhouqu in Lanzhou New Area to buy New Year goods, Jan. 25, 2018.People spend the Spring Festival at their homes in Zhouqu, northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area, Jan. 25, 2019.People prepare food at a relocation site in Zhouqu, Northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area, Jan. 25, 2019.People buy New Year goods in Zhouqu, Northwest China’s Lanzhou New Area, Jan. 25, 2019.Editor in charge: Zhu Yidan

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