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She was the daughter of a slave of the Womatingke Tribe in Nagqu County. From seven years old, she herded sheep for the slave-owner and did unpaid corvee. After the Democratic Reform in Tibet, her family was given cattle, sheep and tents and joined the mutual-support group, gaining rapid development in animal husbandry and leading an increasingly happy life (1961)

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