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Tea challenge at Wuyi, Fujian

China Daily | Updated: 2012-12-18 14:22

The 2012 Cross-Straits Tea Competition was recently held at the Tea Exposition Garden of Wuyi Mountain, Fujian province. The tradition of tea competitions started in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Fujian, especially at Wuyi Mountain, a world-heritage site famous for its oolong tea and red tea. People would use the contest not only to compete for best quality tea honors but also to exchange tea-making techniques. This year, the competition has attracted more than 600 products made from of various kinds of tea by competitors from the mainland and Taiwan.

Tea challenge at Wuyi, Fujian

Tea challenge at Wuyi, Fujian

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