A Comparison of Chinese and British Tea Culture

Ni Wang


As an old and traditional beverage, tea has been an important part of people’s life in both China and the United Kingdom (UK), and has respectively developed a unique culture in each of the two nations. Tea culture is an important part in culture of these two nations. In this paper, the author will first review 3 important aspects of the tea culture in China and the UK: history of tea, tea drinking customs and teasets, and then a conclusion about the similarities and differences of Chinese and British tea culture will be drawn.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ach.v3n2p13

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