Posts Tagged ‘Chaozhou’

Kongfu Tea Festival

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

China is globally famous for its tea culture. Chaozhou Kongfu tea, from Guangdong Province, is just one of the many different varieties produced and taken in China. To get the very best from a good cup of tea, everything must be right – the water, the heating, the tea leaves, the tea sets, the brewing, and even the way of drinking. The elegant Chaozhou tea ceremony is listed as a national intangible cultural heritage and reflects Chaozhou culture. To find out how you can taste this culture see the CNTV Culture Express story Chaozhou festival displays tea culture.

Three enchanting destinations – Banliang in Hunan, Beihai in Guangxi, and Chaozhou in Guangdong

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

The Shenzhen Daily article Low-profile ‘beauties’ introduces three enchanting destinations:

  • Banliang ancient village in Chenzhou City, Hunan Province
  • Beihai in Guangxi which prides itself on its uncrowded beautiful beach and neighbouring islands
  • Chaozhou in the easternmost part of Guangdong Province, a famous historical and cultural city