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Tea is drunk to quench thirst. It is also drunk when taking a break, over
conversations and to welcome guests. On the side of a street, at family gatherings – in some countries, tea is more than just a beverage and carries deep insight into its culture.
For this edition, Found MUJI explores the topic of tea in China. Tea drinking is believed to have originated in China, so tea cultivation and the evolution of pottery made for different teas could also be traced back to ancient times. Tea is integral to the lives of the Chinese people – look anywhere in this vast country, there is bound to be someone enjoying a sip of tea nearby.
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