In Barui Village, Pingjiang Town, southwest China's Guizhou, tea-oil tree planting has a history of over 100 years.
As the tea-oil camellia fruits in the village are ready to be harvested recently, the local government has invited livestreaming anchors and vloggers to help promote the sales of tea-oil products.
Through social platforms, millions of people across the country watched the process of fruit collection and oil extraction, and placed their orders.
More than 12,000 hectares of tea-oil camellia have been planted in Pingjiang Town. The output value for this year is estimated at about 14 million yuan (about 1.98 million USD).
Produced by Xinhua Global Service