This is a book for anyone who loves Chinese black tea. Keemun is the first Chinese black tea to go abroad. In The Lady of the Camellias (1848), there is a mention of the habit of drinking Keemun in the society at that time. This book takes Keemun black tea as the narrative core, tells the evolution of Keemun from ancient times to present, and the recognition of Keemun by people at home and abroad. Around Keemun, it recalls the past and present life of the Keemun old tea factory from an architectural point of view, as well as the tea culture of Chizhou, where the factory was located. The book is with rich cultural connotations and tells wonderful stories about tea and the ancient tea culture of China and the city of Chizhou.
|Dimensions||170 × 230 mm|
Jin Lei, born in Tianjin in 1957, was editor-in-chief of Architectural Creation magazine of Beijing Architectural Design and Research Institute, member of Editorial Committee of China Architectural Society and Deputy planner of China Architectural Culture Center of Ministry of Housing and Construction. He is currently a senior engineer (professor level), and on the editorial committee of "Chinese Architectural Cultural Heritage amongst other posts. He is also the Vice Chairman of Traditional Architectural Landscape Committee of the Chinese Society of Cultural Relics.
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