Source: InKunming | 2014-01-20 | Editor:
The village is not big, but has been known for its Pu’er Tea. The village has many famous tea houses as well as many tea stories. In the middle of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the wax and wane of the village was determined by the development of tea business.
The village always shows travelers its tea garden, from which the tribute tea was conveyed to the capital of the country. A few hundred years ago, villagers would hold a grand ceremony before they left.
People get used to living on the slopes of mountains. The Ancient Tea Horse Road passed through the village and let the main streets of the village form in a shape of letter Y.
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