作者：杨沐之 刘仲慷 徐浩真
一日饭后，杨姐讲起了大象吃庄稼的故事——云里看山，遍野的玉米地中“秃”了几块，格外显眼。杨姐来自云南大树脚村。在这里，大象随意吃农作物的事例，早已不胜枚举。 Continue reading “斗不过，躲还不行吗”——如何通过红外相机缓解大树脚村“人象冲突”？
作者：杨沐之 刘仲慷 徐浩真
By Jiaxin Cai, Haonan Gong, Hanfei Cao, Runjia Tian, Xunrui Zhang
“Every household in the village has land to grow grapes and pomegranates. As long as they have enough labor force to plant and sell, they will not be poor. But some families are poor because of illness. The lack of labor will always result in low economic income.” Said a staff member at the Shenzhen Counterpart Support Xinjiang(Kashgar) Social Work Station. Continue reading What is the Current Public Health Situation in Kashgar Rural Areas?
By Xuan JIN
In recent years, many Western media have claimed that China has executed “cultural genocide” in Xinjiang, and that Uyghur culture is in danger of “extinction”. The Chinese government, by contrast, argues that Uyghur culture is well preserved and there is no suggestion of “extinction”. Continue reading Xinjiang Traditional Culture: Not “Genocide”, but “Change & Transition”
By Sijie Chen and Xingjian Ren
In China, minority women are facing serious economic problems. They often suffer from lack of local jobs with sustainable incomes. In Xinjiang in 2018, minority women’s employment rate is 32.1%. For national minorities in Southwestern China especially in Yunnan Province, the circumstance is similar: minority women’s employment rate is low. Even if they are to find a job, without local job opportunities, they can only find jobs outside of the village in cities and towns. Continue reading Women’s Economic Empowerment by Tourism at Ban Wan Village
By Zhao Qianqian
Nurturing and responsive parenting is essential to a child. As Parenting NI suggested, “parent involvement and intervention in the child’s day-to-day life lay the foundation for better social and academic skills.” Father and mother’s attitudes toward discipline, food, and hygiene can directly impact the behaviors of children. Continue reading How does economic development contribute to the development for left behind children in rural areas?