The photos below were taken on the island of Penghu in the Taiwan straight in October. This was in a public place and the small tree (about 3 meters tall, trunk perhaps 8 to 10 cm diameter) had probably been planted, so we can't presume it to be indigenous.
Each fruit was about 6 or 7 cm long, the skin was bright orange and seemed a bit waxy. The shape was a little bit like a banana-shaped American football in that it was divided into four quadrants. They attach to a stem in pairs and extend horizontally (sideways) rather than hang down.
Question: What could this gravity defying fruit-bearing tree be?
The first image is cropped, zoomed and sharpened in order to highlight textures.