Agriculture company offers job opportunities to villagers in Gansu

2021-05-03 12:00:01 GMT2021-05-03 20:00:01(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
Zhang Shuhao checks the growth of strawberries in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Zhang Shuhao checks the growth of strawberries in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
Zhang Shuhao feeds fowls on the hill of Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin) Zhang Shuhao feeds fowls on the hill of Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin)
Zhang Shuhao hosts a meeting with other members of his team at Xinghuarong, an agriculture company in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Zhang Shuhao hosts a meeting with other members of his team at Xinghuarong, an agriculture company in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
Zhang Shuhao (L) works with his colleague in a warehouse in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 28, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin) Zhang Shuhao (L) works with his colleague in a warehouse in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 28, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin)
Zhang Shuhao (L) promotes strawberries via on-line live streaming in a greenhouse in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Zhang Shuhao (L) promotes strawberries via on-line live streaming in a greenhouse in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
Aerial photo taken on April 28, 2021 shows geese swimming in a reservoir of Xinghuarong, an agriculture company, in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Aerial photo taken on April 28, 2021 shows geese swimming in a reservoir of Xinghuarong, an agriculture company, in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
Zhang Shuhao (L) learns about the operational condition of a strawberry greenhouse from a villager in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Zhang Shuhao (L) learns about the operational condition of a strawberry greenhouse from a villager in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
Zhang Shuhao feeds fowls on the hill of Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin) Zhang Shuhao feeds fowls on the hill of Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin)
Aerial photo taken on April 28, 2021 shows the terraced fields of Xinghuarong, an agriculture company, in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin) Aerial photo taken on April 28, 2021 shows the terraced fields of Xinghuarong, an agriculture company, in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Chen Bin)
Zhang Shuhao (1st L) discusses the construction plan for a production base with his colleagues in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu) Zhang Shuhao (1st L) discusses the construction plan for a production base with his colleagues in Mudan Township, Tianshui City of northwest China's Gansu Province, on April 27, 2021. Zhang Shuhao, 42, quit his well-paid job three years ago to start an agriculture company with a few partners sharing the same vision at a mountainous village in Mudan Township, Tianshui City. In three years, Xinghuarong, Zhang's company, contracted 6,200 mu (about 413 hectares) of idle arable lands, where terraced fields, greenhouses, and a reservoir have been built to grow diverse produces ranging from traditional Chinese medicine materials to juicy fruits. Apart from encouraging villagers to raise fowls, Zhang also offered job opportunities to more than 700 residents in five neighboring villages. Once commonly adopted extensive farming has been replaced by intensive and mechanized one. (Xinhua/Du Zheyu)
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