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Tea drinking culture in Guangzhou

  • Post by Charissa
  • April 19, 2016
morning tea

Almost everyone knows that people in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, love drinking tea, especially having morning tea. When people in Guangzhou first meet, the first thing they say is, “Have you had tea yet?” Chinese people outside of Guangzhou will simply greet each other by saying, “Did you eat?” People in Guangzhou don’t literally mean only drinking tea; having morning tea implies going to a tea restaurant for food as well.Morning tea absolutely involves drinking tea (usually gongfu style), but it also involves ordering a large array of dim sum. The elderly generation are especially resolute in

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Living In China

  • Post by Tony
  • August 26, 2015
Living in China at night

China is huge. It’s simply massive, and highly populated. In 2013, the People’s Republic of China put its population at over 1.3 Billion. The United Nations projected their population to be somewhere north of 1.4 Billion in 2014. These figures don’t even include Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.As highly populated as China is, it’s also able to retain its natural beauty. China has the number one farm output of any nation. And as many as 150 million people- half the population of the United States, most of them farmers- live on one dollar a day.This means that China encompasses both ends of the spectrum; from the capital, Beijing, with its over 21 million people and endless skyscrapers to the Qinghai

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