Chinese's Tea Culture
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The Chinese character 茶 (tea) is composed of three radicals: “艹” (grass), “人” (people), and “木” (wood).
Drinking green tea seems to cut “bad” cholesterol, according to a fresh look at the medical evidence.
A flurry of discoveries about tea’s health benefits, plus renewed appreciation of its ancient heritage, has pushed tea to the fore.
A traditional tea of the Zhejiang province, the Hui Ming tea, also called “white tea”, is a product of the Hui Ming temple located on the Red wood Mountain sand of the villages nearby.