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Guizhou's specialties for Spring Festival

eguizhou.gov.cn| Updated: 2022-01-18 Print

Southwest China's Guizhou province is not only famous for beautiful scenery, but also its delicious food and exquisite handicrafts, which are especially suitable for the upcoming Spring Festival.


Dan's crispy duck is pungent and spicy, and available both online and offline. [Photo/colorful Guizhou network]

Dan's crispy duck

Dan's crispy duck has a crispy taste and is pungent and spicy. It is popular among Guiyang people and can be purchased both online and offline.

Meitan green tea

Green tea produced in Meitan county is famous across the country. The county boasts fertile land, beautiful natural scenery and a good environment, making it an abundant place in Guizhou's plateau.

Panzhou ham

Ham is a traditional dish in Panzhou city. It is made of pickled or smoked pig led. The soft texture, aromatic flavor and salty taste make it one of the three most famous hams in China.


Anshun's batik features ethnic cultural elements. [Photo/colorful Guizhou network]

Anshun batik

The batik made in Anshun city features an elegant color, noble style, ethnic culture and exquisite production process. Currently, there are about 100 batik workshops and thousands of individual makers in the city. The city produces more than 2 million meters of batik fabrics, 300,000 sets of batik clothes and 300,000 batik handicrafts per year.

Weining buckwheat pastry

Weining buckwheat pastry is made of buckwheat powder, white sugar, brown sugar, lard and rapeseed oil, and comes in various flavors such as rose, date paste and white sugar.


Changshun's green-shell eggs are low in cholesterol content compared with other eggs. [Photo/colorful Guizhou network]

Changshun green-shell egg

The eggs produced in Changshun county feature thin and green shells and are rich in cephalin, lecithin, vitamin and microelement. Their content of microelements is five to 10 times that of other eggs, and the cholesterol content is only 30 percent of other eggs.

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