It is the peak season for tourism in March at the Yongfu Cherry and Tea Scenic Spot of Zhangping, Fujian Province, an entrepreneurship center for Taiwan people.
Yongfu is known as the "Alishan Mountain of the Chinese mainland," where the geography and climate are similar to those around Alishan Mountain, a major oolong tea production area in Taiwan.
The Yongfu Cherry and Tea Scenic Spot promotes local tourism development, fuels the growth of Taiwan agriculture, and feeds Taiwan enterprises.
Hsieh Tung-Ching, an entrepreneur from Taiwan, said that tens of thousands of tourists came to visit the scenic spot every day when the cherry trees blossomed.
"The scenery of red cherries with green leaves was quite spectacular," said Cai Baoyan, a tourist at the scenic spot.