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Taste tea culture in S. China

(People's Daily Online)

08:50, November 01, 2011

Local people in Chibi are performing the old scenes of carrying tea on Tea-horse Ancient Road on Oct. 29, 2011. (Xinhua/Du Huaju)

Chibi, a famous historic city in south China's Hubei province, has taken several measures to promote its tea culture, including combining tea culture with tourism, creating dramas about it and training a batch of tea culture performers. It is making tea culture a new attraction to go with the famous Three Kingdoms tourism.

Edited and translated by Liu Yuan, People's Daily Online


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