In the north of the Huaihe River in China, although tea is not produced, it has a history of over a thousand years of tea drinking and has also formed local tea drinking customs. The way people in the north drinking tea is not as particular as in the south, mainly to quench their thirst.
A leaf fell into water and changed the taste of it. Henceforth, tea was born. China is known as the home of tea. Since ancient times, tea has permeated Chinese culture, leaving its aroma in poetry, etiquette and customs. Tea lovers enjoy the drink not just for its flavor, but also for the beauty of
There are 335 emperors in the 5000 years of Chinese history. These pampered emperors, who enjoyed luxury and wealth all their lives, should have lived a long life. However, according to historical records, nearly half of the emperors did not live to the age of 50, and the average life expectancy was only 39. Only
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