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China, as the homeland of tea, pioneers the world in planting, making and drinking it. This book introduces various kinds of Chinese tea, the appreciation of tea sets that suit both refined and popular tastes, trade of tea both at home and abroad, Chinese tea ceremonies and the relationship between tea and literati and culture. China has a vast territory and varied climates, so different teas are produced in different areas, different techniques are developed in making tea and different tastes for appreciation of teas are developed among people from different regions. Through interesting descriptions, this book details all these situations, and meanwhile it makes some comparative descriptions between Chinese and some foreign teas, such as European black tea, Japanese clear tea as well their corresponding ways of drinking tea, enabling readers to better understand and appreciate China and Chinese people while learning a great deal of knowledge about tea.