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With rapid urbanization and increasing cost of farming, the jasmine planting area in Fuzhou City has been decreasing sharply and thereby severely threating the important agricultural heritage system - Fuzhou Jasmine and Tea Cultural System. Sustainability of jasmine farming lies in whether the...

Author(s)
Zhang YongXun; Min QingWen; Wang WeiQi; He LuLu; Zheng JiangMin
Publisher
Science Press, Beijing, China
Citation
Zhongguo Shengtai Nongye Xuebao / Chinese Journal of Eco-Agriculture, 2016, 24, 12, pp 1714-1721
Abstract

This chapter examines the development of tea and tourism (or tea-related tourism) in Fujian Province, China. This is done through a description of tea-related routes, sites and souvenirs/goods that are currently promoted to the tourist markets in the province. Two destinations are further...

Author(s)
Xiao HongGen
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Tea and tourism: tourists, traditions and transformations, 2007, pp 115-132
Abstract

Tea is linked to a process where it is grown, processed, branded and traded both locally and over great distances. Historical, ethnographical, archaeological and architectural evidence of this process in pre-industrial times is still accessible through an examination of the "Tea and Horse Trade...

Author(s)
Cros, H. du
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Tea and tourism: tourists, traditions and transformations, 2007, pp 167-179
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This chapter addresses the concept, nature and role of 'teapot trails' in the UK. Within the context of tea's imperial history, its national, social and gender influences, it examines relationships between the tea room, teapot trails and the potential for tea-related tourism in local and regional...

Author(s)
Hall, D.; Boyne, S.
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Tea and tourism: tourists, traditions and transformations, 2007, pp 206-223
Abstract

This chapter examines the nature and regional context of tea festivals developed in the central Chinese province of Hunan from the late 1990s. It evaluates the ways in which the festivals can be employed as a vehicle for projecting a gastronomically-related tourism identity for the region and for...

Author(s)
Huang Rong; Hall, D.
Publisher
Channel View Publications, Clevedon, UK
Citation
Tea and tourism: tourists, traditions and transformations, 2007, pp 98-114

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