Chinese tea culture lures families from home, abroad

15:00, April 11, 2011      

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A foreign student from Georgia displays her skills in making tea at the final of "Cha Ren Zhi Jia" competition in Yangtze River Delta held at China National Tea Museum in Hangzhou, a city in eastern China's Zhejiang Province, on April 10. (Photo by Li Zhong, Xinhua)

As a featured item of 2011 West Lake International Tea Culture Expo, the final of "Cha Ren Zhi Jia" competition in Yangtze River Delta was held at China National Tea Museum in Hangzhou of eastern China's Zhejiang Province on April 10. "Cha Ren Zhi Jia" means "Tea Family" in English. More than 100 families from home and abroad signed up to participate in the competition, and 35 of them were selected to participate in the final. Finally, ten families won the title of "Cha Ren Zhi Jia".

By Ye Xin, People's Daily Online
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