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    Tea culture is inherently a necessary part of the Asian lifestyle. With tea, we can mix it with other ingredients to create so many different kinds of drinks. At Starbucks, there is not only coffee but also tea is served. This can be considered as an advantage for Starbucks to launch a new product line called Bobaccino, a newly develop drink with milk tea mixed in coffee. Also, it reported that “Asian communities have been drinking boba milk tea in the United States for many years” (Danovich, 2016). For that reason, Starbucks will take this opportunity to specially introduce this product line to the young Asian market in U.S. Our value offering statement is that Starbucks’ Bobaccino is the art of Asian coffee fusion. Starbucks is known as a beverage place using premium ingredients; hence, it will be able to serve with tasty Bobaccino's drinks by mixing these high-quality ingredients. With this new product line, Starbucks will offer to its customers with a different selection of tea based together with several choices of toppings such as tapioca pearl, jellies, beans, etc. to choose from and…

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    communicating regularly until she reached the age of twenty and self-inflicted pain onto herself. Marisol tied ropes around her waist and walked on her knees until they started to bleed all in emulation of saints and martyrs. Marisol’s father had a great influence on her in the beginning of her career (“Marisol Escobar- Biography”). 1960s pop-art culture found Marisol as one of its members, this increased her popularity and recognition. While she attended school, one of her mentors was Hans…

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    The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware is run by the government Leisure and Cultural Services department. The building itself was the former Headquarter House of the Commander of British Forces in Hong Kong. In 1984, it turned to be the Museum of Tea Ware, it was the first specialized museum in the world devoted to the collection, study and display of tea wares. The core collections and historical relics were donated by Dr. K.S. Lo, it included about 600 pieces of tea wares and related vessels.…

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    China Tea History

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    China first introduced the world to tea, and according to Chinese tradition the first cup was brewed by Shen Nung, an emperor who reigned 2737-2697. It was claimed that like wine and coffee, the tea was created by accident. It is said that Nung was boiling water to drink, when a gust of wind brought some leaves into his pot. When he drank the tea, it was found refreshing. Tea is a mix of dried leaves, flowers and buds of the evergreen bush, Camellia sinensis. The drink quickly spread throughout…

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    are British afternoon tea culture and British pub culture. Both are centered around British drinks and beverages, but exceed just the physical evidence of British culture and help define the ups-and-downs and overall shape of British trends and preferences in the scope of an entire society. A tradition widely believed to be started by Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford, afternoon tea, or “high tea” for the upper class, was meant to fill in the empty time (and stomachs) from the original British…

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    Tiffany tea service:Teapot,Sugar Bowl,Milk Pot was designed by Edward C.Moore and made by Tiffany & Company during 1866-67.These three tea sets are made in silver with gilt decoration; ivory.At the 1867 Paris Exposition Universelle,Tiffany’s display received the first-ever medal awarded to an Anmerican silver manufacturer.The design was inspired by the non-western art.The figure of the teapot looks like mosque style architecture, visible minarets that closely identified with mosques and the tea…

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    help me breathe. I always use a cold remedy drink to cure a sore throat. Hot green tea with honey, lemon, and ginger always does the trick. 2.) What led you to try those particular strategies? - My mom always told me when I'm sick, I should drink honey lemon drink. Even though that also help my throat from hurting less, but I always like trying out a new recipe so I can see which one works better. 3.) Why do you think they help? - Green tea, honey, lemon, and ginger all have the benefits…

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    in excess appears to increase the body’s production of pro-inflammatory molecules, according to researchers from the University of North Carolina.129 Great Tea & Coffee Green tea is loaded with beneficial polyphenols called catechins, which have noteworthy anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Amongst the most powerful catechins is epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which has been shown to dampen the expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines.130 Correlational studies have examined the…

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    The formation of the triangular trade started between the British, China and India where in commodities such as silver, tea and opium were bartered between the countries. During this trade, the British, used India as an instrument to produce opium. The British then intended to sell the opium to China in return for tea and silver that was exported to Britain. The triangular trade between Britain, China, and India was therefore responsible for the formation of the British trade monopoly on China. …

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    Topic1: The role played by trade in the history of Sino-European relations from Yuan times to the Opium Wars Trade is often a form of national economic development, while trade can have a great influence on national relations. From Yuan to Ming, trade had a positive impact on the relationship between China and Europe, it helps to keep in good touch and promote economic development; From Qing to Opium Wars, trade was the main reason that England brought to war in China. Marco Polo as a traveler…

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