Hemu village in Xinjiang, a hidden heaven
Updated: 2015-04-24 07:00
Though its fame as a quiet picturesque village has rapidly spread among tourists, Hemu is still a comparatively isolated place, only lightly impacted by modern life. Some income of the village has been derived from tourism in recent years, but most local people still make a living from animal husbandry. In ever brighter daylight, Hemu Village look serene in the early morning, with its wooden huts neatly scattered on the two sides of a dusty road rutted by vehicles.