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Actors perform Xiangju Opera, a local drama and a national intangible cultural heritage of Zhangzhou City, Fujian Province, at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, capital of China, Oct. 13, 2013. The Zhangzhou intangible Cultural heritage show kicked off in Beijing on Sunday. [Xinhua/Luo Xiaoguang]

Zhangzhou enjoys a pleasant environment with a mild climate and abundant rain. With an average annul temperature of 21.4oC, sunshine of over 2,000 hours, a precipitation of 1,500mm, and a frost-free period of 330 days, Zhangzhou is a natural green house in the subtropical monsoonal climate zone. Wheat and rice have three times of harvest here, and it is entitled the land of flowers, rice, fish and fruit, as all of these have big output. Orange, litchi, banana, longan, pomelo and olive here are of international fame. Zhangzhou also has three treasures, namely narcissus, Pianzaihuang (Chinese herb), and Babao Inkpad.

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