Steel replaces vine ladders in China’s “Cliff Village”

2016-11-21 02:21:07 GMT2016-11-21 10:21:07(Beijing Time) Sina English
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents  started to use the much safer ladders immediately. Atulier village in the Liangshan mountains of Sichuan province had been called “the Cliff Village”, for the residents living in the village had to climb on vine ladders if they wanted to go out, even including young students who went to school on the county miles away. The village attracts the public eye as media coverage about the harsh road conditions there went across the country. On November 19, new ladders made of steel were seen in place of the old ones made of vines and woods. Students and parents started to use the much safer ladders immediately.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public. File photo shows students climb vine ladders earlier in the year before their life was exposed to the public.
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