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Tea Culture in China China is the homeland of the tea it is the country that finds and utilizes tea first in the world In China the history of tea had more than three thousand years old Over one thousand years ago Chinese people began to have the habit of drinking tea Now tea is a part of Chinese peoples life Seven most important things in daily life of Chinese people are expressed in a proverb often recited when people talk about their family budget Seven elements face you on opening the gate firewood rice oil salt sauce vinegar and tea Tea is regarded as one of the top urgent matters in home live Wang anshi 1021-1086 the famous political reformer and literate of Song Dynasty once said Tea is as indispensable in daily life as rice and salt Tea is always offered immediately to a guest in the Chinese home Serving a cup of tea is more than a matter of mere politeness it is a symbol of togetherness a sharing of something enjoyable and a way of showing respect to visitors To not take at least a sip might be considered rude in some areas In previous time if the host held his teacup and said please have tea the guest will take his conge upon the suggestion to leave And now just as coffee in the west tea became a part of Chinese peoples daily life You can see many teahouses on streets like cafes in the west Tea has such a close relationship with Chinese that in recent years a new branch of culture related to tea is rising up in China which has a pleasant name of Tea Culture It includes the art of making and drinking tea and some customs about tea Tea History in China Tea had long history in China It is believed that China has tea-shrubs as early as five to six thousand years ago
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