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Bishkek (AKIpress) - As the tea harvest season comes in China, tea farmers are busy with making Wuyi Rock Tea with traditional ways, Xinhua says.
Tea farmers observe degree of dryness as they cure fresh tea in Tianxin Village in Wuyishan City, southeast China's Fujian Province.
Tea farmers pick up tea leaves
The technique of making Wuyi Rock Tea was listed as China's national intangible culture heritage in 2006.
The Wuyishan City, which has 9,200 hectares of land for tea planting, is able to produce 7,300 metric tons of tea with annual production value of $245 million.
The organic tea garden in Wuyishan City