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Food, Cuisine, Drink

Chinese cuisine originated in China and has become widespread in many other parts of the world - from Asia to the Americas, Australia, Western Europe and Southern Africa. In recent years, connoisseurs of Chinese cuisine have also sprouted in Eastern Europe and South Asia. American Chinese cuisine and Indian Chinese cuisine are prominent examples of Chinese cuisine that has been adapted to suit local palates.
  • Longjing Tea

    Longjing tea or Dragon Well tea is a famous variety of green tea from Hangzhou of Zhejiang Province, where it is produced mostly by hand and has been renowned worldwide. The tea is grown in the Longjing mountain area of Hangzhou, southwest of the Wes

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  • Wuyi Rock Tea

    Wu Yi Rock Tea (Wu Yi Yan Cha) is a special subcategory of Wulong tea grown in the Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Provice. Wu Yi Mountain is a UNSECO World Heritage site, internationally recognized and protected for its biological diversity and significance

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  • Huangshan Maofeng Tea

    Huangshan Maofeng tea is featured by slightly coiled leaves, slender starwort-like shape, yellowish green, unveiled silver pekoe, and golden jannum. After brewing it in boiled water, the steam will arise and linger above the yellowish clear green liq

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  • Keemun Black Tea

    Keemun black tea, produced in Qimen County of Anhui provice, is the traditional famous-brand tea in China. ("Keemun" was the English spelling for "Qimen" during the colonial era. Today, many people like to call the tea: Qimen black te

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  • Anxi Tieguanyin Tea

    Anxi Tieguanyin is a preeminent variety of Oolong tea. Anxi, a small and mountainous county in southeast China's Fujian Province, is hailed as the birthplace of this special tea.

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  • Biluochun Tea

    Bi Luo Chun is a famous green tea originally grown in the Dong Ting mountain of Tai Hu, Jiangsu Province. It is one of the ten most famous Chinese tea. Also known as Pi Lo Chun, it is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma,

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  • Junshan Yinzhen Tea

    Junshan Yinzhen(literally "Silver Needle of the Gentleman Mountain") is a rare and precious Yellow tea from Junshan Island of Hunan Province in China. It is honored as the king of Yellow teas and ranks among the rarest of China's famous t

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  • Liuan Guapian Tea

    Liu An Gua Pian has a long history and rich cultural connotation. It was early recorded in the famous book The Classic of Tea in Tang Dynasty. In ancient time, it was listed among the tributes to the emperors, while in modern times it is specified as

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