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  • Green Hues: Tea Picking in the Forest

    When entering our forest to harvest the season’s tea buds, one is immediately struck by the wide array of green hues. Variance of tea trees’ leaf color is mother Earth’s way of signifying which leaves are ready to become Eastern Leaves. Our ancient tea trees (camellia sinensis assamic trees) consist of large darker leaves on the More  →
  • Wine and tea tasting

    Tea & Wine tasting @Slow Wine Tour 2017, Beijing

    Wine is an agricultural product, just like our tea. The leaves and grape all grow from solid,growing in different environment , climate, and after complicated processing they transfer to two kinds of product,different but same important in people’s life. At the end of last year,in the “slow wine tour in Beijing’ which was host by More  →
  • TED/YiKe Public Talks

    Eastern Leaves has been invited by the renowned YiKe Talks, the Chinese version of the TED Talk, to deliver a speech during a special session dedicated to the sustainable and organic agricultural projects for the sake of Chinese future. They asked us to talk about the story of our forest, and Vivian made us all so More  →
  • The Tea Harvest

      Early morning, an ancient forest, tea trees bud and leaves grow. The tea harvest—When does it happen and how do we do it at Eastern Leaves?   The basic material — Where does the tea come from? The dry leaves that we brew in our beloved cups were once fresh, colored a light green-yellow,

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  • Wild Flower

    The beauty of being organic

    Today we took a breath under the amazing after-the-rain blue sky, and we walked in our tea forest. We were not alone: here is a brief picture diary of the small creatures we found on our trees. The beauty of being organic!    

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