Village cooperatives around the world seem to be getting to the idea of a basic income. Mendha-Lekha in India is a famous example of a village cooperative with their own Permanent Fund. Similarly, Alaska has a series of Native Regional and Village Cooperatives, many of which pay out an annual dividend, in addition to the Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend. In China as well there are a number of village cooperatives around the idea of land pooling for development. Read about one of them, Hauidi, a village incorporated into the capital of Hebei province, famous for its iron & steel factories.