Visitors to the Century City New International Convention and Exhibition Center in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan province, are impressed with the display of a rich variety of agricultural products from the province's Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture.
The prefecture which is China's largest habit of the Yi people is hosting an exhibition of agricultural products with its characteristics.
The five-day exhibition which ends on Tuesday features farm produces such as the pomegranate, buckwheat, cocoon silk and potato.
It is aimed at promoting the sale of green products from Liangshan, according to Song Min, an information officer with the Liangshan prefecture government.
Located in the southwest of Sichuan, Liangshan covers more than 60,000 square kilometers and has a population of more than 5 million.
Being mountainous and far from the provincial capital Chengdu, it is known for its fresh air, beautiful natural environment and green products.
Liangshan is China's largest pomegranate and buckwheat producing base and Sichuan's largest potato producing base, Song said.