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Farmers across China harvest tea leaves before Qingming Festival

Updated: Apr 2,2017 6:54 PM     Xinhua

A farmer picks tea leaves at a tea garden in Baling township of Xingren county, southwest China’s Guizhou province, April 1, 2017. Farmers are busy in harvesting tea leaves ahead of the Qingming Festival, which falls on April 4 this year, to produce the Mingqian (literally “pre-Qingming”) tea, which are made of the very first tea sprouts in spring and considered to be of high quality. [Photo/Xinhua]

Farmers pick tea leaves at a tea garden in Changling Village of Zigui county, central China’s Hubei province, April 2, 2017. Farmers are busy in harvesting tea leaves ahead of the Qingming Festival, which falls on April 4 this year, to produce the Mingqian (literally “pre-Qingming”) tea, which are made of the very first tea sprouts in spring and considered to be of high quality. [Photo/Xinhua]

Farmers pick tea leaves at a tea garden in Qianjiang district of southwest China’s Chongqing municipality, April 2, 2017. Farmers are busy in harvesting tea leaves ahead of the Qingming Festival, which falls on April 4 this year, to produce the Mingqian (literally “pre-Qingming”) tea, which are made of the very first tea sprouts in spring and considered to be of high quality.[Photo/Xinhua]

Farmers pick tea leaves at a tea garden in Changling village of Zigui county, central China’s Hubei province, April 2, 2017. Farmers are busy in harvesting tea leaves ahead of the Qingming Festival, which falls on April 4 this year, to produce the Mingqian (literally “pre-Qingming”) tea, which are made of the very first tea sprouts in spring and considered to be of high quality. [Photo/Xinhua]

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