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.
Lychee has been being planted in Guangzhou's Huangpu district for more than 1,000 years.
Tanka rice cake is a specialty of the Tanka people, which used to be boat dwellers in Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, Zhejiang, Hainan, Hong Kong, and Macao.
Hylocereus undatus, a symbol of Huangpu's Shenjing village, has been planted in the area for more than 100 years.
Nangang steamed fish-stuffed bun is a special dish in Nangang and its adjacent area.
Nangang fish ball is as famous as the Nangang Steamed Fish-Stuffed Bun.
"Yuzhu" refers to a rock that has protruded from the Huangpu section of the Pearl River since the Qing dynasty.
Roast goose is a traditional Cantonese cuisine. It originated in Sham Tseng village, Huangpu district, Guangzhou, and is well-known in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.