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Phemia: “More And More People Will Drink Green Tea”

Phemia is a very young lady who chose to climb entrepreneurship ladders by selling green tea short time ago. She is also one of the main resources of green tea China and she is working to hard to benefit from this advantage. She believes green tea business will have a very bright future. If you also want to know more about green tea, this interview can be very helpful to you. “Green tea is the traditional product of China” O: Hello, Phemia. P: Hi, Ozgur. O: How did you get…

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Green Tea And Its Effect On Humans

Green tea is definitely the most widely consumed tea in China. If you walk outside for half an hour in China, you are likely to see someone carrying a bottle with some green tea in it. Most of the taxi drivers drink nothing but green tea whole day. It is a very healthy drink that some people call it as “the drink of the soul” . Green tea’s hometown is definitely China where the annual output is 100.000 tons in various provinces such as Zhejiang, Henan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Hunan,…

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General Information About China

26 Interesting Panda Facts

Pandas are so cute that most of us want to hug them at least once. But how much do we really know abut these cute bears? Here are some of the panda facts that you might be interested in: A panda can live up to 20 years on average naturally. It can live longer if it is kept under control; but i am not very sure what it really prefers. Dying early freely or dying later under surveillance? One of the cutest parts of a panda is the eyespot. (Looks…

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General Information About China

Panda: An Endangered Animal Likely To Survive

As everybody knows, panda is one of the symbols of China. The only habitat where a panda can live naturally is south central China. Maybe that is the reason why panda represents China in many places. Cute Bear Actually, panda is a kind of bear. Probably the cutest one. Having black patches around its eyes and over the ears and having a rounder body than other other bears can make it look so. Interestingly, Chinese people call it xiong mao(熊猫) which means bear cat. In other words, according to Chinese…

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