5 edition of For all the tea in China found in the catalog.
First published: London : Hutchinson, 2009, with title For all the tea in China : espionage, empire, and the secret formula for the worlds favourite drink.Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|Prologue Min River, China, 1845 East India House, City of London, 12 January 1848 Chelsea Physic Garden, 7 May 1848 Shanghai to Hangzhou, September 1848 Zhejiang Province near Hangzhou, October 1848 A green tea factory, Yangtze River, October 1848 House of Wang, Anhui Province, November 1848 Shanghai at the Lunar New Year, January 1849 Calcutta Botanic Garden, March 1849 Saharunpur, North West Provinces, June 1849 Ningbo to Bohea, the Great Tea Road, May and June 1849 Bohea, July 1849 Pucheng, September 1849 Shanghai, Autumn 1849 Shanghai, February 1851 Himalayan Mountains, May 1851 Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock, 1852 Tea for the Victorians Fortunes story.|
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Smaller cameras that do a lot are a good thing, right? The substantial volume of the Swedish-Chinese trade and the good relationship between the two nations contributed to the fact that the Chinese harboured no aggressive feelings towards the trade, says Johansson, who has also been director at the Swedish Trade Council in Taipei, a consul at the Swedish Consulate General in Hong Kong and minister at the Swedish Embassy in Beijing.
Alison, I can see why this was one of your highlights of China. They were later followed by traders from countries such as Denmark, Austria and Sweden.
And then to the UK, and the rest is history.
It was very interesting but … until 1805, it all worked very well. His plan is not only to promote Swedish business to China and the other countries where the ship will make stops along the way. Well done those British smugglers — for tea in Britain, and especially for Indian chai. We are kitted out with a coolie hat and a basket and shown the way to the undulating rows of tea plants.
Trading vessels had also increased significantly in volume and capacity. Scholars knew nothing of the subjects researched by European scientists and priests.
Thank you so much for your kind words, and for following the blog! Legend has it that the person holding the cup of tea was an empress, and that she had an interest in weaving. I have even been known to give instructions 🙂 I was solo on my wanderings around the back streets and always felt completely safe.
The purpose of its trading voyages was primarily the tea trade. Drain the hot water out of the pot For all the tea in China put in a teaspoon of black tea for each cup, and one more for the pot. a story that should appeal to readers who want to be transported on a historic journey laced with suspense, science and adventure.
Did you have company or were you going solo on your little photo excursions? Your photos of the plantation and the town are all stunning. Sarah Rose conjures up the time and tales as British Legacy Teas are created before our eyes. Tim and Belinda are the most successful. Pour on boiling water and allow it to steep for a few minutes. People keep to the old ways; they live in stone or brick houses, they leave their bright red new year portal decorations up year round, they fish in the river, and make their own rice wine.
How was it possible that [Sweden and China] could trade [with each other] when there were no official diplomatic relations at all?
oh my goodness, fabulous photos! Thank you so much Lynn! I came across Xingping as one of the worthwhile Yangshuo County villages to visit while I was researching for Fu Li.