A village near Taizhou in Zhejiang province, the landscape is distinctive from the bustling industrialized environs of China’s economic resurgence.

The cultivated fields, village homes and ponds with waddling ducks make it approachable and landed.

Emperor Qinshihuang established Huipu Village that later became Taizhou during the Tang Dynasty in 622.

In 1994 Taizhou (Tai) was designated a city and connected with Ningbo (Yong) and Wenzhou (Wen) via the Yongtaiwen Highway that took the names of the three cities.

Abundance of favorable climate, resources and fertile land add to Taizhou’s status as a leading fruit center for world-famous Pomelos (Yunnan), Huangyan Honey-sweet Mandarin Orange, Loquat, Chestnuts, long Persimmon and Sugarcane.