Tibet, Qinghai two provinces Tourism Bureau in the afternoon of 26 Lhasa tourism jointly signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement to jointly establish a cooperation mechanism, to further promote the integration of tourism, build Qinghai Tibet tourism upgrade. Qinghai and Tibet belong to the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, and always very close economic and trade exchanges, especially Qinghai and Tibet is richly endowed by nature plateau scenery and rich cultural heritage, to enhance the development of tourism as an important field of soft power and livelihood improvement key industries. Vice chairman of the Tibet autonomous region Ceng Wanming said, in order to give full play to Tibet and Qinghai in the development of the tourism industry’s advantages and characteristics, to further enhance tourism development momentum, expanding tourism development, the two provinces Party committee and government decided to sign the tourism development strategic cooperation framework agreement, inject new vitality into the promotion of two provincial tourism cooperation. The agreement that the two provinces will strengthen cooperation and actively seek the support of the national level; jointly build Qinghai Tibet tourism image and brand; to explore the "Tangfangudao" ancient cultural corridor brand together; foster the main body of the development of the tourism market of tourist commodities; the Qinghai Tibet line to jointly promote the tourism infrastructure construction, tourism development to optimize the environment, accelerate the construction of tourism talents; to promote the construction of Tibet an important tourist destination in the world, promote the beautiful Qinghai construction upgrades. In addition, according to the agreement, the two Provincial Tourism Bureau will regularly convene a meeting, aiming at the difficulties and problems of tourism development in the two provinces in the thematic studies, to discuss countermeasures, in order to form a good situation of complementary advantages, mutual benefit and common development.