The Xiangyuan mine is a large, lithium-containing polymetallic mine rarely seen in China. The hard-rock mine contains low-grade lithium resources. Associated minerals include rubidium, cesium, tungsten, and tin. The mine has porphyry mineralization characteristics, primarily dominated by albitization with almost whole-rock mineralization. The ore body, a single massive columnar structure, is shallowly buried, making it amenable to open-pit mining. Significant mineralization anomalies are observed in the deep and peripheral zones, indicating considerable potential for further increases in resources.