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teapasar lifestyle: Myths of Mid-autumn festival

Falling on the 15th day of the eighth month in Chinese Lunar Calendar, the Mid-autumn Festival also known as 中秋节 in Mandarin is an iconic Chinese celebration that is observed in many Asian countries. Although it started out as a festival in celebration of a bountiful post-autumn harvest, with the passage of time, this ancient …

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Chocolate could be your cup of tea. Literally.

This post was guest written by Benns Chocolates. When discussing the various types of chocolatey drinks, you’ll probably hear the mention of hot chocolate, chocolate milkshakes or even chocolate coffee. But have you heard of chocolate tea? Turns out, a clean soothing warm cup of tea that tastes like a good quality piece of dark …

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Interesting Chinese New Year Tea Traditions

In our previous post, we discussed the longstanding history tea has had in Chinese culture. Because of its significance, it’s only natural that tea is not just a part of everyday life, but also a part of important events such as Chinese New Year. In today’s post, we uncover some interesting tea traditions associated with …

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