PHOTOS Tea enters harvest season in China

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Tea enters harvest season in China

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16:32, March 16, 2021

Villagers pick tea leaves at a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province, March 14, 2021. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

A villager picks tea leaves at a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province, March 14, 2021. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

Aerial photo taken on March 14, 2021 shows a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

Newly-harvested tea leaves are seen at a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province, March 14, 2021. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

Aerial photo taken on March 14, 2021 shows a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

Aerial photo taken on March 14, 2021 shows farmers picking tea leaves a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

A villager picks tea leaves at a tea garden in Majiashan Village, Bikou Township, Wenxian County, Longnan City, northwest China's Gansu Province, March 14, 2021. Local farmers are busy picking tea leaves as the weather is getting warmer.

A volunteer promotes spring tea products via on-line live streaming on a tea farm at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province, on March 15, 2021. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

Aerial photo taken on March 15, 2021 shows a view of tea farms at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

Volunteers pick tea leaves on a tea farm at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province, on March 15, 2021. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

Volunteers pick tea leaves on a tea farm at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province, on March 15, 2021. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

Aerial photo taken on March 15, 2021 shows volunteers and farmers picking tea leaves on a tea farm at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

A volunteer promotes spring tea products via on-line live streaming on a tea farm at Bashan Village, Fuyang District, Hangzhou of east China's Zhejiang Province, on March 15, 2021. The vast tea farms have embarked harvest season as the temperature kept rising at Bashan Village. Volunteers of Fuchun Sub-district were organized into assistance groups to help pick tea leaves or to promote tea products via on-line live streaming on these tea farms. Best known for its Longjing Tea, Bashan Village reaped in an annual sales of more than 100 million yuan (about 15.38 million U.S. dollars) with its tea products in 2020.

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