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|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Time zone||China Standard (UTC+8)|
Huangmei County (simplified Chinese: 黄梅县; traditional Chinese: 黃梅縣; pinyin: Huángméi Xiàn) falls under the administration of Huanggang City in eastern Hubei province, People's Republic of China, and is adjacent to Anhui.
As of 2013 , the county jurisdiction over 12 towns, 4 townships, which are Huangmei town , Koike town , KONGLONG town , under the new town , big town , stopped before the town , Wuzu town , town Zhuo , Cai Town , the new open town , town alone , shunt town , fir Township, Liulin Township, Nigatake Township, township and Liu Zuo Nuebu Park management Office , management Office Longganghu
Huangmei is famous for its tea and tea-picking songs, which evolved into Huangmei opera (黃梅戲 or 黃梅調; pinyin: Huángméixì or Huángméidiào). The opera was derived from "Caicha" (tea-picking — "cha" means "tea") tunes and folk ditties which people sang while picking tea. It is a combination of local folk songs, dances, and some ancient operas. Huangmei opera flourished in the 18th century to become one of the most famous traditional Chinese opera forms.
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