CULTURE Brewing a way out of poverty

CULTURE

Brewing a way out of poverty

By Yang Feiyue | People's Daily app

19:59, August 03, 2019

A tea plantation in Bulangshan town of Menghai county, in the Xishuangbanna Dai autonomous prefecture, Yunnan province. (Photos: China Daily)

After the fresh tea leaves are picked, a series of treatments follow, including standardized drying and washing, before they are sent to the King-Shine tea company's plant in the provincial capital Kunming for further processing.

Ren Huaican (second left) takes a group photo with tea farmers and quality control technicians at a rural area in Yunnan in the spring of 2019.

After the fresh tea leaves are picked, a series of treatments follow, including standardized drying and washing, before they are sent to the King-Shine tea company's plant in the provincial capital Kunming for further processing.

After the fresh tea leaves are picked, a series of treatments follow, including standardized drying and washing, before they are sent to the King-Shine tea company's plant in the provincial capital Kunming for further processing.

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