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Festival honours Dai Tu tea in Thai Nguyen

A festival promoting the brand of Dai Tu tea in the northern province of Thai Nguyen officially kicked off on January 25 at the Dai Tu district’s stadium, as one of the annual major economic, cultural and tourism events in the province.

Festival honours, Dai Tu tea in Thai Nguyen, Festival honours Dai Tu tea in Thai Nguyen

Festival honours Dai Tu tea in Thai Nguyen

A festival promoting the brand of Dai Tu tea in the northern province of Thai Nguyen officially kicked off on January 25 at the Dai Tu district’s stadium, as one of the annual major economic, cultural and tourism events in the province.

The festival, which will run through January 27, features around 200 booths introducing tea products from trade villages, along with other specialities in Dai Tu district.

The highlights of the event are a tea night and a contest for tea processors. Numerous cultural and arts activities are also being held during the festival including performances of Then singing (a traditional art form of the Tay ethnic minority people in northwestern Viet Nam) with handmade ‘tinh’ guitars, which have only two or three strings, and an arts exchange.

Visitors to the festival can be introduced to the different steps in the traditional tea processing including drying, crushing and embalming tea.

The event offers a good opportunity for households in the district, as well as enterprises and co-operatives, to exchange and discuss modern methods of producing, processing and consuming tea products.

Dai Tu currently has over 6,300 hectares of tea plantations, accounting for about 30% of the total tea growing area in Thai Nguyen province, and produces nearly 60,000 tonnes of fresh tea buds annually. The district is home to well-known tea areas including La Bang, Khuon Ga and Quan Chu.

Source: Nhandan
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