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Jin Hou - "Golden Monkey" [Black Tea]

Jin Hou 

Golden Monkey Tea (Chinese: 金猴茶; pinyin: jīn hóu chá) is the name of a black tea originating from the Fujian… 218 more words

Flowering Tea [Flower Tea]

Flowering Tea

or blooming tea (Chinese: 香片, 工艺茶, or 开花茶) consists of a bundle of dried tea leaves wrapped around one or more dried  129 more words

Dian Hong Cha - "Dian Lake Red Tea" [Black Tea]

Dian Hong Cha

(Chinesepinyin: Diān hóng chá; literally: “Dian Lake red tea”; pronounced ) is a type of relatively high-end, gourmet Chinese  431 more words

In China's megacities, an unparalleled chance to observe and appreciate diversity

By Tyler Cowen

As a Chinese friend of mine was helping me buy a plane ticket from Kunming to Chongqing, I read aloud from my guidebook: “… the has little appeal. 810 more words


Bridges of Yuantong Temple, Kunming, China

The most famous Buddhist temple in Kunming, Yunnan Province, is Yuantong Temple, which was first built in the late 8th and early 9th century during the Tang Dynasty.   171 more words


World Heritage Sites in China

We visited China about ten years ago in 2007.  We first toured Yunnan Province in southwestern China and afterwards spent 10 days in Beijing to tour all the tourist spots in the area, including Chengde Mountain Resort.  193 more words


Chinese Street Scenes. Order and Philosophy.

In a country like China, where everyday life is complex, busy, and often crowded, order creates harmony. It enables Chinese life to work smoothly. Orderliness can be seen in the cleanliness of the streets, the hygiene applied to food preparation and the behaviour of the Chinese people. 76 more words