How mangoes become a key to a county's rural vitalization
Every June, over 140 mango species are harvested in Yuanjiang Hani, Yi and Dai Autonomous County in southwest China's Yunnan Province. You can find mangoes of different shapes and colors on one tree.
The county has a long history of cultivating the fruit, which dates back 400 years. Now, 10,667 hectares of mangoes are planted in the county and about 120,000 tonnes are harvested every year. The total output is valued at nearly 600 million yuan, a significant contributor to the county's rural vitalization.