Tea harvest in E China

10:59, April 05, 2011      

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A tea farmer picks tea leaves for the production of the so-called "Ming Qian" tea at a plantation in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, April 4, 2011. "Ming Qian" or "pre-Qingming" tea refers to that made of first-round pickings harvested before the annual Qingming Festival and is usually regarded as premium green tea. The Qingming Festival falls on Tuesday this year. (Xinhua/Wang Xin)


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