Coffee, From the Land of Tea
China's coffee consumption market is currently expanding at an annual rate of 10 to 15 percent. The major producing area of high-quality Pu'er tea has become the country's primary coffee growing region in southwest China's Yunnan Province
A Bigger Piece of the Bean

China is now the fifth biggest global coffee market for Nestlé measured by sales. Chinese consumers are addicted to foreign brands when it comes to coffee. What they may not know is that foreign brands often use China-produced coffee beans.

In recent years, more local farmers have turned to the more lucrative coffee crop, which thrives in the mountainous areas of Yunnan Province

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Xinglong Coffee
Xinglong coffee has become a name card rather than an industry of Hainan
The Good Life
As the coffee industry grows, farm workers are witnessing a drastic increase in their quality of life
Is Coffee a Threat to Chinese Culture?
As the number of cafés continues to grow in China, could the teahouse become a thing of the past?
Expat's Eye  
Turning A New Leaf
Chinese-blend teas tap into American's craving for caffeine
Starbucks Invasion
Starbucks has tried to make inroads into Chinese culture by offering the typical Western coffee house experience--complete with Western prices and ambiance
Yummy Yunnan
Yunnan foodstuffs are unique
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Coffee Tree Ladder
Magic Beans
Stacking Them up
Beans on Display
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