As a native peasant, Wu Jinwang's tanned face was filled with irresistible joy at the grand celebration of the bumper harvest. "This year is a bumper harvest year, and the food production at home is higher than in previous years."
"People take food as the sky, and the country takes agriculture as the foundation." On the 23rd, the first China Tianbo Fair opened in Deqing, Zhejiang. Representatives of workers from all ethnic groups in China gathered to celebrate the bumper harvest and join a farmer ’s get together.
"China must be strong, agriculture must be strong; China must be rich, and farmers must be rich." With the development of the times, China's agricultural economic model has reached a transition period, and it is continuously modernizing.
"The villagers now directly give me peppercorns, which is not only convenient, but also more profitable." Li Shaochun said, he also raises bees in the village and provides employment for many nearby villagers. "In addition to planting land, we farmers can walk There are more and more roads. "
"Now the villagers are selling at tourist attractions or at their doorsteps. Next, we want to set up a company, use the Internet technology to develop rural e-commerce, and promote Buyi's special products to further places." (End)
However, the farming pattern of “faced with yellow soil and turned toward the sky” from the parents' generations made Wu Jinwangdui think: Farmers, do they have to live in the wind and rain and sweat in the sun?
As with Wu Jinwangdui, there are not a few farmers who learn to learn from the experience during the Expo. Representatives of "three rural" workers from 56 ethnic groups across China came to participate in inspections and trainings, explored each other, and brought home advanced technology to achieve common prosperity.
Not only that, but also a new multifunctional thematic expo focusing on the essence of leisure agriculture, rural tourism and regional culture.
"I'm here to learn about the" smart agriculture "in advanced regions, relying on technology to grow land, so that farmers can count money while sitting at home," said Wu Jinwangdui. It's up to our generation. "
56 Chinese Nationalities Harvest Harvests by Shi Nan
Taking advantage of the large-scale planting of peppercorns in the village, Li Shaochun purchases peppercorns from nearby villagers every year, processes them into dried peppercorns, peppercorn oil and other products for sale, and the annual income can reach more than 500,000 yuan.
Yang Tianxiu, from the Buyi ethnic group in Guizhou, brought his unique embroidery products to the conference, showed the Buyi characteristics to the people of all ethnic groups, and promoted the Buyi culture.
Li Shaochun, a Yunnan Yi farmer who has planted most of his life, put down his hoe and opened a local miscellaneous store 6 years ago to transform it into a deep processing of agricultural products.
Yang Tianxiu said that he never dreamed that the everyday things that can be worn by ordinary people for generations will be one of the economic sources of villagers because of the rise of rural tourism.
Huzhou, September 23 (Apprentice reporter Shi Zinan) From truck to train and then transfer to the plane, 44-year-old Mouba man, Wu Jinwangdui, spent four days from the Tibetan border to Deqing, Zhejiang, to participate in the first Beautiful China Rural Expo ( (Hereinafter referred to as "tianbo").