omes rebuilt and living standards improved."My current living conditio▓ns are almost the same as someone living in the city. I used to live in a clay house and was not accustomed to my new home when I moved ▓in," Gu said. His new house has four bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen.Since 2013 Gu and his son have been working in construction in the village, earning 200 yuan (29 U.S. dollars) per day.▓ They also receive 4,000 yuan per year to rent their farmland.Tang Rongbin's house was▓ renovated with a government fund."I never dreamed of▓ living in such a house before," he said. He▓ rents three rooms
of his house to a tourism company.Farmers in Luotuowan no longer cultivate the traditional crops of potato and corn, on▓ce their major income source. Instead, they grow apple trees and mushrooms, with investment from two companies. This brings more income in the form of rents, salaries and bonuses from the two firms.Per capita income in the village increased to 3,000 yuan in 2015 from less than 1,000 in 2012.