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Chinese Tea House

Updated: Monday, Apr 26,2010, 5:11:41 PM
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Tea House (Chaguan), where the Chinese have a special tea is very popular Yangtze River basin, which is most of the so-called teahouse in Guangdong and other provinces (Chalou), Guangxi, Hainan, known as tea (tea stall) in Beijing and Tianjin Northern China. Historically, it has some other names, such as Chaliao, tea house, Chasi, Chashe, tea, tea and cakes and sweetmeats dock. Although these names are different, the form and content is basically the same.

Tea booth (North Valley) and the small teahouse (Chaliao) already exist in China. In the Song Dynasty, Chasi and tea house, tea sales, has been everywhere. Tea shop industry in the further development of the Ming Dynasty. Meanwhile, the sale of a large tea bowl business boomed, and in Beijing as an industry into 360 sectors. In the Qing dynasty, the Qing nobility often spend time in the restaurant, they become an important activity in terms of sectors, such as senior officials, businessmen and subordinates, as well as place. For the people, teahouses, coffee shops like the West is in society's collection and dissemination of various information, so that customers enjoy tea and talk about birds, community news and daily place. In order to attract customers into play at some stage Gallery Tom, Tom, tell stories (storytelling) and the Beijing opera, so that these restaurants, entertainment. Drama Teahouse by famous Chinese writer Lao She wrote vividly revealed through words and deeds of people describe a variety of tea the last stage of the Qing unstable society.

China's rise is closely related to tea, tea culture. After several years of development, the teahouse has become a part of Chinese life. Now, people who went to Beijing to attract well-known restaurants, experience the Chinese tea culture.

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