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Tea in Britain & China. Part One: Tea in Britain Part Two: Tea in China Part Three: Summary. Tea in Britain. The importance of tea in Britain Why there is British Afternoon Tea? How do they make tea? What kinds of tea do they drink? What do they use for afternoon tea?.

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Part One: Tea in Britain

Part Two: Tea in China

Part Three: Summary

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Tea in Britain

  • The importance of tea in Britain
  • Why there is British Afternoon Tea?
  • How do they make tea?
  • What kinds of tea do they drink?
  • What do they use for afternoon tea?
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Tea in China

  • The importance of tea in China
  • The History of Chinese Tea
  • Classification
  • What do the Chinese use to drink tea?
  • How to make Chinese Tea?
  • Where to drink Chinese Tea?
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Tea in Britain

The importance of tea in Britain

80% British drink tea everyday

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Tea in Britain

The importance of tea in Britain

drinking tea is always regarded as a kind of

leisurely and comfortable feast by British.

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Tea in Britain

The importance of tea in Britain

  • drinking tea everyday has become people’s habit.
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Tea in Britain

Why there is British Afternoon Tea?

time of Victoria 1840-----Duchess Bederfer Anna-----hungry but not supper

time ----maid\pastry----friends invited---popular in nobles

 Afternoon Tea Culture

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Tea in Britain

Why there is British Afternoon Tea?

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Tea in Britain

Why there is British Afternoon Tea?

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Tea in Britain

Why there is British Afternoon Tea?

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Tea in Britain

How do they make tea?

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Tea in Britain

How do they make tea?

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Tea in Britain

How do they make tea?

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Tea in Britain

How do they make tea?

Special Silver Teapot

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Tea in Britain

What kinds of tea do they drink?

Black tea with milk

Ceylon

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Tea in Britain

What kinds of tea do they drink?

fruit tea

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Tea in Britain

What kinds of tea do they drink?

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Tea in Britain

What do they use for afternoon tea?

Special three or two layer plate

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Tea in Britain

What do they use for afternoon tea?

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Tea in Britain

What do they use for afternoon tea?

Outline

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Tea in China

The importance of tea in China

China is the original place of tea

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Tea in China

The importance of tea in China

Place of origin-----Southwest of China

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Tea in China

The History of Chinese Tea

About 4000 years ago, tea is used as medicine

3000 years ago (ZHOU Dynasty), people planted tea for drink

780A.D. A book published

From Tang to Song Dynasty, tea became a symbol of Chinese culture

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Tea in China

The History of Chinese Tea

tea is used as medicine

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Tea in China

The History of Chinese Tea

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Tea in China

The History of Chinese Tea

From Tang to Song Dynasty, tea became a symbol of Chinese culture

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Tea in China

Classification

  • Green Tea
  • Yellow Tea
  • White Tea
  • Black Tea
  • Red Tea
  • Oolong
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Tea in China

Classification

Yellow Tea

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Tea in China

Classification

Green Tea

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Tea in China

Classification

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Tea in China

Classification

“Lei” Tea

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Tea in China

Classification

Buttered Tea

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Tea in China

Classification

Buttered Tea

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Tea in China

Classification

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Tea in China

What do the Chinese use to drink tea?

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Tea in China

What do the Chinese use to drink tea?

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Tea in China

What do the Chinese use to drink tea?

Typical Chinese Tea Set

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

First Step:

Pour water

with special pot

in high position.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Second Step:

Scrape the

water to cool the tea

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Third Step:

“Wash” the tea.

Pour the water out

with the tea-leaves

left in the teacup.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Fourth Step:

Use the hot

tea water you just

poured out to wash the

tea sets.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Fifth Step:

Pour water

with special pot

for the second time.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Sixth Step:

Drop tea

water with special

Filter to the teapot.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Seventh Step:

Pour tea water

to teacup.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Eighth Step:

View the color

of the tea, smell and

feel the delicate

fragrance.

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Tea in China

How to make Chinese Tea?

Then…Enjoy your tea……

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Tea in China

Where to drink Chinese Tea?

-----Teahouse

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Tea in China

Where to drink Chinese Tea?

-----Teahouse

Wonderful performances

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Tea in China

Where to drink Chinese Tea?

-----Teahouse

Wonderful performances

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Tea in China

Where to drink Chinese Tea?

Kongfu……

Outline

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Summary

Tea in Britain is always private or family movement,

which is used as an entertainment to release pressure

from work and make heart and soul relaxed as well;

While the Chinese tea culture emphasis on etiquette,

for China is a state of ceremonies. We pursue artistic

conception, and we uphold implication in the procedure

of drinking tea.

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Summary

Chinese tea culture is the cradle of all the tea culture

in this world.

However, tea is not divided by nation, belief or

nationality. We firmly believe that, the whole

world will unite together under the lead of Chinese

tea culture to show its artistry to people, and

carry tea culture forward in the future…

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That’s all.

Thank you~~~

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