Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is relocating some 7,000 families from remote and scattered villages this year. It’s part of the promise to help its remaining 2 million poor residents out of poverty by 2020. Nationwide, the central government has set the same target for 50 million poor farmers in its 13th Five-Year Plan（2016-2020）. Relocation is a key measure. In the tenth episode of Xinjiang: Exploring China’s New Frontier, reporter Han Bin visits one of the most remote villages in southern Xinjiang. He learns anti-poverty efforts can mean hard choices for some.
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