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String Beans

String Beans

Kidney beanString beans, called “Min” beans in Taiwanese dialect, were originally called “green beans”. They grow in warm environments with the temperature ranging from 15~25 °C and are not cold-resistant. They are abundant in iron. Thus they have blood-building effects. Kidney beans are a major vegetable of summer in Taiwan.

─Indigenous Culture and Tourism information website

Embroidery

Embroidery

Embroidery by Rukai people is made of silk thread with red, yellow and green colors. Repeated diamond shapes and snake patterns are embroidered on black robes. These embroidery pieces are very bright and colorful.

─Indigenous Bureau, Kaohsiung County government

Bananas

Bananas

BananaIt has been 200 years since banana was introduced into Taiwan by a Changhua merchant from south China. People started to grow bananas in Kaohsiung and Pingtung after Kaohsiung harbor was founded. It has become one of the most important commercial crops in the area.
Local Variety Mangoes

Local Variety Mangoes

Productive and drought-enduring, mangoes were introduced into Taiwan in 1562. The fruit has thick fibers and a small core with a rich and strong fragrance. They can be processed to make green mango (sweetheart fruit).

─Mango information website

Jinhuang Mangoes

Jinhuang Mangoes

The Jinhuang mango was developed by Mr. Huang Jin-huang of nearby Liouguei and is known as the “King of Mangoes“. The big fruit is papaya-shaped and weighs about 1.2 kilograms, has a thin pit, aromatic taste, a high degree of sweetness and it lacks fiber, making it one of the most popular fruits. The season for Jinhuang mangoes is May to August; during this period the quality is the best. One should choose fruit with an orange to yellow-green color. Fruit farmers will pick the harvest in advance when they are close to mature, and accelerate the ripening after selling in the market. Taoyuan Township promotes more refined agricultural skills, and every year will hold a competition with an evaluation of Jinhuang mangoes, assessing their color, weight, sweetness, etc. Visitors should choose the Jinhuang mango, and Taoyuan Township is the best choice for quality!


─Taoyuan Township office
─Liouguei Township office

Last Update:2021-10-21

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