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All the Tea in China | Alex in the City

By ZHANG, GAOWEIALEX REPORTERFYXUANQI YUANICHONGQING|May 12,2022

In this episode,  “All The Tea In China,” I share my experience visiting a Tea Plantation. In the West, there is a saying, ” Not For All The Tea In China. It means Not at any price, never, as I wouldn’t give up my car, not for all the tea in China.” This term originated in Australia and alluded to China’s presumed vast quantity of tea. I had the opportunity to visit Qiaoping Mountain, located in Banan District, south of Chongqing, which covers an area of 25 square kilometers and has a forest coverage rate of over 70%.

In the center of the Qiaoping Mountain Scenic Area, there is a resort area with dense forests and pure lake water, with an average altitude of about 720 meters.  Our iChongqing team strolled through the bamboo forest to relax our minds and bodies. We went deep into the tea mountain to experience the picking and making of spring tea.

The most anticipated barbecue dinner added some hustle and bustle to the resort, and everyone spent a happy day together.

 

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