Figure 1: Zhang Siqing, former vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attended the 17th Tea Culture Festival in Xinyang. Figure 2: Yang Ruyu, former vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, attended the Guizhou International Green Tea Expo. Figure 3: Lin Lizhen, Vice Chairman of the National Federation of Overseas Chinese Federation, attended the "Humanities China · Tea Fragrance World" 60 -year celebration of the National Environment of the People's Republic of China. Figure 4: Beijing Mayor Guo Jinlong attended the 2009 Beijing Hui Tea Taste. Figure 5: Yang Ruyi issued a certificate for the new director. Figure 6: The organizing committee of the Baijia Tea House Recommended Activity Awards to Outstanding Organizations in various places. Figure 7: The selection of the Top Ten Tea Signing Ceremony of the China Expo received an honorary certificate. FIG. 8: 2009 China Tea Economic Annual will witness the signing of the trade agreement between the two places. Figure 9: 2009 The organizer of the Guangzhou Tea Expo and the media jointly sponsored the forum. Figure 10: 2009 China · Zhejiang Green Tea Conference organized tea fried competition. Figure 11: The Guangzhou Tea Expo organizes all thousands of people. Figure 12: Guangzhou Pu'er Zhang's employees like big tea cakes. Figure 13: Pu'er tea dumplings from Malaysia Classic Jiayu Company are very interesting. FIG. 14: Rong's employees suppress the tea cake on the spot. Figure 15: Chen Guoyi talked about the tea eyebrows. Figure 16: The scholars of the Zhejiang Green Tea Conference gathered together. FIG. 17: Yu Guanting (right) exchange guidance at the edge of tea edge of the booth in Yibin Wake -up Company. FIG. 18: Ian Best (left), the founder of Australia Tea-CHA company, recommends a tea-making method to the Chinese. Figure 19: During the International Tea Industry Conference held in Chengdu, the leaders of tea organizations in various countries visited the tea factory. Figure 20: French tea culture expert Barbara (left) and Indian tea merchant Luo Zen exchange information. FIG. 21: Japanese pottery expert Xiaosheng Ping taught Chinese children to make pottery. FIG. 22: The Japanese Tea Man Tang Qianxun won the honorary director of the China International Tea Culture Research Association. Figure 23: Jasmine tea art performance. FIG. 24: Dai tea art performance. Figure 25: Yue Opera Tea Art Performance. Figure 26: The teahouse guys fiddish the long mouth pot. Figure 27: Tea dance on the stage. Figure 28: Multi -person combination long -mouth pot performance. FIG. 29: Zhu Feiyun (right), deputy secretary of the Pu'er Municipal Party Committee (right) in the Malian Dao Tea Culture Festival.