It is in the vicinity of the village of Mingshan in the Sichuan region that around 2000 years ago man planted the first tea gardens on the heights of the sacred mountains of Mengding. Renamed Ten Thousand Tea Gardens, referring to the endless fields of tea, this original place would continue to provide the quintessence of millennial nectar. Every villager has the right to come here and pick their tea.
Keywords used by Tuul et bruno Morandi to describe this photograph: travel destination, travel, China, Chine, Asia, Asie, world culture, world destination, tea, thé, femme, woman, harvest, picking, plantation, picker, cueillette, jardin, garden, chapeau, hat, exterieur, outdoor, green green agriculture
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