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Tea is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water –– and from sugary Turkish Rize tea to salty Tibetan butter tea, there are almost as many ways of preparing the beverage as there are cultures on the globe. Where did this beverage originate, and how did it become so popular? Shunan Teng details tea’s long history.

Lesson by Shunan Teng, animation by Steff Lee.


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34 thoughts on “The history of tea – Shunan Teng”

  1. Not defending the British but we Europeans also stole potatoes from Incas, corn from natives in what is today Mexico…etc…cry me a river. Food or food derivatives shouldn't be anybodies exclusive property

  2. you have missed a fact that there are two words of tea around the world (tea and chai) . tea for nations that first get tea by the sea from southern china. chai for the nations that get it through land from northern china.

  3. Britain: hey can we have some tea
    Chains: sure, but you gotta pay for it
    Britain: sure, here’s some silver
    China: cool
    Britain: wait nvm, here, have some drugs

  4. 精緻地表達茶的味道。味道的精緻表達增強了味道的印象。在韓國有表達品味的專家。

  5. I already have read this invention…even know about others videos for example; right and left handedness, history of tea, spotting a lier, about brain…but from videos it is way more easy to know

  6. Another legend said that Buddha tried meditating for 10 years straight
    But only made it for one year and slepted for the the other nine years
    Angry he tore his eyelids off in a fit of rage
    The first eyelids grew into the first tea sapling the other he blew off his hand and it became the atlas moth a giant delicate bug with no need for sleep

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