HeShun Collection Old Museum is located in HeShun Ancient Town, an epitome of well-known overseas Chinese hometown in Yunnan. HeShun Collection Old Museum is situated in a time-honored residence with a history of over 200 years. The residence adopts the layout of “three rooms plus one screen”, which belongs to Hui-style Architecture.
HeShun Collection Old Museum displays all the essences of HeShun, including the specialties and architecture. The private museum is seated on the second floor. The exhibits include postage stamps and coins the owners collected in Burma, showing the vicissitude of the family and the special culture of HeShun as a hometown of overseas Chinese. The specialties being worth savoring include the local hot pottery pot called “volcano and boiling sea”, pea paste decocted on local firewood-fuel cooking stove, TouNao (egg shreds plus glutinous rice cake), pollen pini cake, DaJiuJia (fried rice cake) and GanMaRou (braised meat chunks).
Lisu is one of the ethnic minorities only inhabit in Yunnan. With their own language, Lisu people have rich cultural heritage and liquor culture. LiSu Ethnic Restaurants at the foot of Yunfeng Mountain is a restaurant with strong ethnic flavor. It offers thunderous “Xiang Lei Cha” (a kind of local tea), “Tusi Feast” with fine liquor and cuisines as well as bonfire party, where guests will spend happy hours in dance and music.
“No wine, no ceremony.” Liquor is an important element in Lisu hospitality. Lisu people brew mellow and scented liquor with tartary buckwheat. In addition, Lisu people have developed special ways of drinking to welcome honored guests, including “SanJiangBingLiu”, “BuYiBuRao” and “TongXinJiu”, etc. The ingredients of Lisu cuisines are self-planted vegetables, which are green, heathy and free from pollution. The specialties include roast pork (a kind of local pig with little ears), rice of five colors, chicken cooked by fruit oil lamp, cuisine cooked in a leaf of Japanese banana, pork ribs in bamboo, so on and so forth.