Video: Kaohsiung City has the largest yield of jujubes, producing large, tasty fruit.
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Kaohsiung City has the largest yield of jujubes, producing large, tasty fruit. Jujube is thin-skinned, juicy, and rich in vitamin C, with a delicious, crisp taste in every bite. Because the harvest time of jujube occurs before and after the Chinese New Year, and jujube is considered an auspicious fruit, it has become a very popular gift during the Chinese New Year. The major growing regions of jujubes include the districts of Yanchao, Taisha, Alian, Tianlao and Gangshan of Kaohsiung. The soil here is rich in potassium, magnesium and other minerals and trace elements, giving the fruits grown in these areas an especially strong flavor. This film shows the natural landscape, ecosystem, and culture of the area of origin. Enjoy it!
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