Black wins in beverage battle

SCMP Sunday March 31 1996 Black wins in beverage battle Michelle Chin GREEN tea could be a healthy choice for thousands of Hong Kong people with high cholesterol – but its popularity is rock-bottom with tea lovers. Instead of the weak, light brew which is exciting pharmacists, Hong Kong connoisseurs clamour for the strong, black […]

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The China Tea Club

SCMP Get the brew down to a tea Interest in traditional Chinese tea-making techniques is stirring again as a new generation learns to appreciate the art, writes Winnie Chung AN ANCIENT Chinese proverb insists it is ‘better to go without food for three days, than tea for one’. While the hungry may disagree, it illustrates […]

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Ying Kee Tea House

SCMP Sunday January 14 2007 After 125 years, retailer considers turning over a new leaf Enoch Yiu Lessons from HK enterprises that have passed down generations Sometimes you have to be willing to give up what you most cherish to let it thrive. This is as true for children as it is for businesses that […]

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