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Descriere: (201127) -- BEIJING, Nov. 27, 2020 (Xinhua) -- LEFT: This file photo taken at a certain time before 1949 shows a Derung resident climbing a cliff-side ladder in Dulongjiang Township of Gongshan Derung and Nu Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province.\r\nRIGHT: Derung villager Li Yongming accompanies his grandmother Dang Na as they climb up cement steps to reap fodder grass from the mountains in Dulongjiang Township of Gongshan Derung and Nu Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Oct. 31, 2020. (Photo taken by Hu Chao) The Derung is a mountain-dwelling ethnic group in southwest China with a relatively small population. It is also defined as a 'direct-transition' ethnic group that has bade farewell to primitive life after the founding of New China in 1949 and directly stepped into the socialist society since then.\r\nMost Derung people live in Dulongjiang Township, where an inhospitable mountainous terrain easily thwarted development for decades. The township had been one of the poorest regions in Yunnan Province and even in the entire country.\r\nBut the local economic and social development has been fast-tracked in recent years when key 'bottleneck' issues such as infrastructure, industrial development and high-quality talents were addressed with state and provincial efforts. In 2018, the Derung ethnic group shook off poverty as a whole, a phenomenal breakthrough.\r\nNowadays, all of the 1,100-plus households in Dulongjiang have moved into new, better residences. The residents are employed in herbal planting and poultry husbandry with local characteristics.\r\nAll of the six administrative villages have access to roads with hard surfaces, 4G and radio and TV signals and all villagers benefit from a critical illness insurance program.\r\nMeanwhile, the youngsters are entitled to 14 years of free education which lasts from pre-school classes to high school. The rates for primary school attendance and enrollment into schools of higher levels have remained 100 percent.\r\nDulongjiang is no longer the isolated, conservative and backward region it used to be. Its Derung residents now live in steps with current trends as they become more open, inclusive and progressive. (Xinhua)