China Tourism - May 2014
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Besides the Ancient Tea Horse Road in the southwest China, there was once another ancient trade route in China, comparable to the famous Silk Road, through which merchants brought Chinese tea leaves to other parts of the world. That tea road between China and Russia, opened up by Chinese merchants from Shanxi Province during late Ming and early Qing dynasties (around 1644), went from Xiamen Village at Mount Wuyi, Fujian Province, passed through Siberia, and stretched all the way to St Petersberg, Russia.
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