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  • Weevers with "four gills"

    June 6, 2017

    At first sight, they seem to have four gills, but after a close look you will notice that they just have two gills.

  • Brasenia schreberi

    June 6, 2017

    Brasenia schreberi, also known as water-shields, grow in areas near Mao Lake and the "nine hills". They often grow in the wild and are considered the best of the aquatic vegetables.

  • Tiny eggplants with the scent of orchids

    June 6, 2017

    These eggplants come in two colors – purple and white. The size of ripe tiny eggplants resembles that of an adult's index finger. They are often eaten after being pickled.

  • Tangli fish

    August 26, 2015

    Tangli fish is commonly known as Sheshan bass. It has a spindle form, a big head and a vast mouth, brown back, rough white color with tender meat.

  • Wild duck glutinous rice cake

    August 26, 2015

    The wild duck glutinous rice cake is a famous Sheshan species cultivated 70 years ago. Its name came from wild ducks coming there when they became mature.

  • Sheshan Tiancai

    August 26, 2015

    It is also called a stone vegetable and mountain-cloud mud which originated in the nine peak mountain.

  • Sheshan Lansun

    May 17, 2012

    Commonly known as orchid bamboo shoots, Lansun are produced in Sheshan. The orchid bamboo shoots taste fresh and delicious, and have a faint fragrance of orchid, which fills the room.

  • Meigong rice wine

    May 17, 2012

    Meigong rice wine is named after a famous Sheshan hermit ChenJiRu (Meigong). Meigong likes deer and good wine, leaving many anecdotes in later ages.

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