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Tea culture is defined by the way tea is made and consumed, by the way the people interact with tea, and by the aesthetics surrounding tea drinking. It includes aspects of tea production, tea brewing, tea arts and ceremony, society, history, health, ethics, education, and communication and media issues.

Chinese Tea Culture. Tea-drinking is a constituent part of Chinese culture. China is an original producer of tea and is renowned for its skills in planting and making tea. Its customs of tea-drinking spread over to Europe and to many other regions through cultural exchange via the ancient "Silk Road" and other channels of trade.

24 Jan The Cultrue of Tie Guanyin
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Tie Guanyin tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. which translated as "Iron Goddess of Mercy", is worldwide well-known Chinese Oolong tea. The dry tea leaves of Tie Guanyin is much heavier ..
26 Mar Introduction of Traditional and Ancient Tea
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Traditional methodsI. Characteristics:Simple tea wares and free methods of making tea, suitable for drinking by the masses.II. Tea making steps:Heat the pot: pour boiled water into the pot till it is ..
09 Apr The Culture of Chinese Tea
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China has a tea culture of more than 3000 years.Most Chinese people like tea and Chinese people are the first people in the world who have tea.And we have a recorded history of tea of three thousand y..
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