a tea house in Kuanzhai Lanes.* China paper dolls for free at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel, also Hong Kong stories at The Goddess of Mercy & The Dept of Miracles, a memoir of financial disasters and spiritual miracles in China *
An old Chinese tea house via TW by All Things Chinese
Chengdu’s Kuan Zhai Alley
Are you a tea lover? You should check our ultimate guide for you to know different types of tea and its benefits.
This pin shows a tea shop in Beijing, China. Tea shops are very common across China, and very comparable to coffee shops in the United States. Chain tea houses can be found both in the big cities and rural parts of China.
China's capital Beijing is a colossal metropolis that has been in place for more than 3 thousand years. The city's architecture is a mix of modern and ancient buildings, including the magnificent Forbidden City complex – home of Chinese emperors.