Category: Chinese tea culture

Category: Chinese tea culture

Sip of China’s grassroots democracy at a teahouse
December 17, 2021 tea and chinese culture ctma

HEFEI, Dec. 9 (Xinhua) — The charcoal fire in the stove was red, the pot water had reached a rolling boil and curls of smoke were emanating from porcelain tea bowls, as a dozen villagers sat in a circle to discuss a reconstruction design of an ancient city gate in east China’s Anhui Province. “Your

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Chinese tea culture traced back to 400 B.C.
December 17, 2021 Chinese tea culture, tea and chinese culture ctma

JINAN, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) — An archaeological team from Shandong University, in east China’s Shandong Province, has found the earliest known tea remains in the world, dating back about 2,400 years. The discovery traced physical evidence of the origin of China’s tea culture back to the early stage of the Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.),

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Chaozhou tea ritual steeped in history
December 7, 2021 appreciation of chinese tea art, Knowledge, tea customs ctma

From:China Daily For Chaozhou people, a cup of tea is about far more than just quenching their thirst-it is a kind of ritual, communication and relaxation. It finds its full expression in gongfu tea, a local traditional tea ritual prevailing in the city in South China’s Guangdong province. With its set of specific procedures passed

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What is the tree-shaped “Hua Juan Tea” hoarded in the reign of Emperor Jiaqing
November 12, 2021 Chinese tea culture, Industry News, Knowledge, News, tea and chinese culture ctma

Recently, a “Forbidden City tree-shaped “Hua Juan Tea” collected by the Palace Museum during the Jiaqing period of the Qing Dynasty was transported back to its birthplace, Anhua County, Hunan Province, the hometown of dark tea. “Jiaqing imperial tea” returned to its hometown, revealing the past and present lives of Anhua dark tea such as

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Some informations about tea planting
March 9, 2021 Chinese tea culture, Knowledge ctma

The difference between tea that grown in high mountain tea and plain Tea that grown in high mountain, the buds and leaves are fat, bright green with white hair. The processed tea is firm and plump with white hair exposed. It has rich fragrance, strong taste and strong brewing resistance. Tea that grown in plain,

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