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  • Tibetan Tea Culture
    Tibetan Tea Culture "We can eat nothing except drinking tea." For hundreds of years, Tibetans have developed the habit of sipping tea. Source of tea Although tea is, for Tibetans, indispensable, Tibetan-inhabited areas produce almost no tea at all. This is why, for instance, Tibetan horses were used to trade for te... Read more>>
  • Zongzi
    The Traditional Food in Three Important Chinese Festivals Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid Autumn Festival are the three important festivals in China. People eat different food title="Guangzhou">Guangzhou and Chaozhou in Guangzhou are most famous. The fillings can be made of sugar, jujube paste, bean, ham, fruit, or cream, etc. It is also one... Read more>>
  • Dragon Well Tea
    The Best Dragon Well Tea The best Dragon Well tea is gathered several days before Qingming Festival (Pure Brightness Festival) when new twigs have just begun to grow and carry "one leaf and a bud". In the old days Dragon Well tea of this grade was meat solely for the imperial household; It was, therefore, known as "tribute... Read more>>
  • Chinese Hot Pot
    Chinese Hot Pot The Chinese hot pot boasts a history of more than 1000 years. As far back as the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907), hot pots were already common. The basic idea is to have a steaming pot of soup in the center of the table surrounded by platters of thinly sliced meats and vegetables that can be cooked by bl... Read more>>
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