A member of a handicraft cooperative makes accessories for "Lucky Dolls" in Baihe community of Tangke Town in Ruoergai County, southwest China's Sichuan Province, Aug. 24, 2023.
This aerial photo taken on Aug. 21, 2023 shows the zigzag watercourse of the Yellow River in Tangke Township, Ruoergai County of Aba Tibetan-Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Sichuan Province.
Villagers enjoy watermelon slices during a break in Waba Village of Ra'og Town of Qamdo City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Sept. 4, 2023.
This photo taken on Sept. 2, 2023 shows the scenery of Baiku Lake and nearby snow mountains in Xigaze, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
This aerial photo taken on Aug. 26, 2023 shows mud flat of a lake in Ngari Prefecture, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
Farmers arrange harvested pasture in Banbar County, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Aug. 17, 2023.
Tourists take a walk by the lake at the foot of the Sapukonglagabo Mountain in Biru County of Nagqu, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Aug. 16, 2023.
Artists perform during the opening ceremony of the traditional Lhasa Shoton Festival in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, Aug. 16, 2023. Celebrations for the Lhasa Shoton Festival began in Lhasa on Wednesday.
Staffers with the Drolkar Lake protection station of the Hoh Xil management office pose for group photos in Hoh Xil, northwest China's Qinghai Province, June 16, 2023. Located in Sanjiangyuan National Park, Hoh Xil is an important habitat for Tibetan antelopes which enjoy first-class state protection in China.
Photo shows the fireworks and light show on the only domestic sub-venue of the Global Digital Economy Conference 2023 in Lhasa, Tibet.
This aerial photo taken on July 22, 2023 shows the Rituo Temple on the north shore of Yumzhog Yumco Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
This photo taken on July 23, 2023 shows a view of the Lhalu wetland in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.
Photo shows the aerial view of the Lake Puma Yumco in Shannan, Southwest China's Tibet. "Puma" in Tibetan means "young girl", so Lake Puma Yumco also named as "Young Girl Lake".
Riders compete during the stage 3 of the 22nd Tour of Qinghai Lake cycling race from Guide to Huzhu, northwest China's Qinghai Province, July 11, 2023.
Riders compete during stage 1 of the 22nd Tour of Qinghai Lake cycling race in Xining, capital of northwest China's Qinghai Province, July 9, 2023.
Tourists pose for photos by the Puma Yumco Lake in Nagarze County of Shannan, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, July 4, 2023.
A white eared pheasant (Crossoptilon crossoptilon) is observed near Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, July 2, 2023.
Since 2012, the State Grid's Qinghai Electricity Power Company would conduct its annual centralized maintenance of the Qinghai-Tibet grid interconnection project, whose grid lines are laid at the plateau with an average altitude of 4,500 meters. Low temperatures, lack of oxygen and strong winds on the plateau challenge the operation and maintenance of the grid.
In order to provide sufficient medical services to the villagers, especially elder people with chronic diseases, they have paid regular home visits to the villages despite of the physical burden they need to endure on the plateau.
In 2003, the border defense team established by Changgo's police station consisted of only 15 members.
Over 420 workers would finish this year's maintenance work of 608-kilometer-long power transmission lines as well as the Qaidam Converter Station in 15 days recently.
Tibetan children from the Welfare Center of the Tibetan autonomous prefecture of Yushu in Northwest China's Qinghai province pose for a photo at the Palace Museum in Beijing on May 31, 2023.
The stone grids, which took local villagers three years to build, play a role in protecting the winter pasture from wind and sand damage, according to Sonam Cering, deputy head of Zhaxigang Township.
Hidden among sandstone hills in remote western Tibet, a stretch of honeycomb-shaped caverns is way beyond the reach of most travelers.
A growing number of pregnant Tibetan antelopes are migrating to the heart of northwest China's Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve to give birth, according to the reserve's management bureau.