In the height of summer, Huangpu's Xinlong Diding lychees are ripe and ready for picking. After 30 years of research and development, this new variety of lychee is creating quite a buzz in the market because of its sweet taste.
Guangzhou’s Huangpu district has unveiled a delightful summer food program, featuring a variety of culinary events in hotels across the area.
Amidst the sweltering summer months in Guangzhou, Huangpu's fruit bounty stands out because of its abundance. These fruits have attracted many visitors to participate in fruit-picking activities.
The Huangpu district will host a lychee festival from June 30 to July 5, and set to draw in a large number of visitors. As the hometown of lychees in the Lingnan region, Huangpu boasts a lychee cultivation history that spans over 1,000 years.
Huangpu district has recently opened Guangdong's first licensed AI canteen, with the necessary authorization obtained thanks to the district market supervision bureau's first intelligent mobile micro-canteen pilot registration certificate.
The plaque unveiling ceremony of the Huangpu No 1 Rural Revitalization Hall was held in Huangpu district on Jan 12.
There are thousands of lychee trees in Changling Modern Agricultural Park, Dajisha Island, and Changzhou Island in Huangpu district. In addition to lychee trees, there are also wampee trees.
Green plums have been grown in Guangzhou's Huangpu district for hundreds of years, and the plantation area during peak harvest time is generally over 5,000 mu.
The Guangzhou Foreign Affairs Office recently released the latest edition of its city guide, with a focus on food and entertainment options. Let’s take a look!
Autumn and winter are the best times to eat mud carp. Guangzhou residents make different kinds of dishes out of the fish such as fish-stuffed buns, fish balls and fish noodles, which can all be cooked in a simmering pot of soup.