Starting a new day with Longjing Tea

On November 28, 2014, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

When it comes to the tea of China, I’m sure Longjing tea will cross your mind. Longjing tea is one of the most famous tea in China, its unique flat leaf shape and a brew that is unlike any other green tea make it famous all aroung the world .also known as Dragon Well tea. It […]

When it comes to the tea of China, I’m sure Longjing tea will cross your mind. Longjing tea is one of the most famous tea in China, its unique flat leaf shape and a brew that is unlike any other green tea make it famous all aroung the world .also known as Dragon Well tea. It is produced mostly by hand and renowned for its high quality, earning it the China Famous Tea title.

 

There are various definitions of Longjing; however a common definition is that authentic Longjing at least has to come from the Zhejiang province in China,with the most conservative definition restrict the type to the various villages and plantations in the West Lake area in Hangzhou. If you are planning a trip to Hangzhou, you can’t miss the chance to taste the authentic Longjing.

 

It’s also easy to brew the tea when you at home, for best infusion results, just need water at around 75-80 °C or 167-176 °F for brewing, you can use a glasses cup to enjoy the beauty of stretching tea. The smell will greet your nose in the morning of a new day.Nothing is as refreshing as a cup of hot Longjing tea on a new day.

 

Come to Hangzhou and visit the local Longjing tea plantation, Here you can pick tea leaves under the instruction of locals, watch the roasting process, also enjoy the fabulous Chinese tea!

 

 

 

Delicious Hangzhou Dishes

On November 18, 2014, in Hangzhou, by Kate Liu

Hangzhou is a culinary hotspot in China. In fact, the cuisine of Zhejiang Province is praised as one of China’s eight greatest culinary traditions, leaving plenty of incentive for restaurants to perfect age-old recipes.   Hangzhou dishes are best representative of Zhejiang cuisine, which is one of the eight representative local cuisines of China. Hangzhou […]

Hangzhou is a culinary hotspot in China. In fact, the cuisine of Zhejiang Province is praised as one of China’s eight greatest culinary traditions, leaving plenty of incentive for restaurants to perfect age-old recipes.

 

Hangzhou dishes are best representative of Zhejiang cuisine, which is one of the eight representative local cuisines of China. Hangzhou dishes are noted for its elaborate preparations, sophisticated way of cooking and its most refreshing taste. It is not only delicious, but extremely elegant in appearance also so beautiful as to equal the Hangzhou landscape. 

 

Freshwater fish including eels and crustaceans are featured prominently in local dishes. Infusions of Longing tea, ginger and soybean milk are also common. Beggar’s chicken, baked in an earthen oven, is a land-based specialty featured on menus across the city. West Lake vinegar fish and fried shrimp are also popular. 
The modern commercial district has plenty of national chains and more than a few Western fast-food restaurants. That aside, most tourists focus on the lakeside where there are atmospheric, historic restaurants abound. 

 

 

 

Welcome To Friendly Shandong

On November 5, 2014, in Shandong, by Kate Liu

Shandong province, with a history of more than 5,000 years, it is an important coastal province in East China. This province is blessed with ancient history, breathtaking attractions, and wonderful culture. Qingdao, located in the east part of Shandong Peninsula. It is a famous coastal tourist city, which is also known as Switzerland of Orient, […]

Shandong province, with a history of more than 5,000 years, it is an important coastal province in East China. This province is blessed with ancient history, breathtaking attractions, and wonderful culture.

qingdao

Qingdao, located in the east part of Shandong Peninsula. It is a famous coastal tourist city, which is also known as Switzerland of Orient, has the largest bathing beach in Asia. Red roofs, green trees, blue sea, and azure sky are a typical local view that amazes everyone who comes here. it is surrounded by mountains and seas, which endow Qingdao with a picturesque natural landscape and pleasant climate.

Qufu, considered one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization and the hometown of Confucius, attracts all by its “Three Confucian Sites”. The most famous attractions are the Temple of Confucius (Kong Miao), The Tomb of Confucius (Kong Ling) and Kong Family Mansion (Kong Fu), which are now called the Three Kongs. The Three Kongs were listed in the World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1994. 

Qufu 

Shandong province is also considered the birthplace of China’s pottery, porcelain and silk. Throughout the province the tourist can find traditional items like the clocks and watches of Yantai, the porcelain of Zibo, the kites of Weifang and the shell-carving and beer of Qingdao.

 Just to explore the Shandong for yourself! Welcome to friendly Shandong!

 
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