As long as he can, Liu Zhenghong, who came from Taiwan, will continue to exhibit crabs to visitors in his specialty museum on Meizhou Island, Fujian province. Years ago, he brought his collection of nearly 1,000 crabs species from the Penghu Islands to Meizhou and established the museum under the local government's favorable policies in the tourism sector.
A cross-Straits youth festival to promote exchanges between young people from the Chinese mainland and Taiwan kicks off on Oct 28 in Fuzhou, capital of East China's Fujian province.
Fishballs, a dish commonly seen on the dining tables of families from Fujian and Taiwan, have become a career for Wu Yun-chen.
Quanzhou, one of the main ancestral homes of Taiwan compatriots, has been exploring new ways to enhance cross-Straits integrated development over the past five years, said Wang Yongli, secretary of the CPC Quanzhou Municipal Committee, at the 13th CPC Quanzhou Congress that concluded on Oct 11.
When the latest COVID-19 outbreak hit Fujian in September, many people from Taiwan who live in the eastern province volunteered to work on the front line with locals doing virus prevention and control work.
When Huang Wen-kuang first visited Nankeng village in Zhangzhou, Fujian province, in 2005 to trace his family's roots, he was so impressed by the mountain views that he decided to stay and help the local residents.
Many companies from Taiwan have been actively engaged in Fujian's digital construction.
In his outdoor clothes and wide-brimmed hat, Cheng Sheng-chung works as a nature education teacher and environmental volunteer on Pingtan Island off the east coast of Fujian province.