Southwest China's Guizhou Province has set a target to become the country's largest tea exporter by 2020, exporting 50,000 tonnes annually.[more]
Southwest China's Guizhou Province grabbed the biggest share of baijiu (white alcohol) profit across the country last year, authorities said.[more]
Southwest China's Guizhou Province is to apply stricter standards for its tea products later this year in a bid to guarantee the export quality.[more]
Lipton plans to sell tea bags containing black and green tea produced in Zunyi, Guizhou province, nationwide and later worldwide, marking the first time it has used purely Zunyi-produced tea. [more]
Guizhou province, also called "Qian" or "Gui", is a southwest-China located province known for its ecology and abundant resources.
The province is a "natural park" with picturesque natural scenery, ethnic cultures, waterfalls, valleys, karst caves and landscapes. There are 17 aboriginal ethnic groups inhabiting the province, including the Miao, Buyi, Dong, Shui, Gelao, Yi, and Tujia.
During the 13th Five-Year Plan Period (2016-2020), Guizhou plans to upgrade its characteristic traditional craftsmanship on embroidery, medicine, silver decoration, etc. and launched from May this year promotion activities for Guizhou ethnic culture and characteristic industries including cuisine, liquor, tea, medicine, silver decorations, embroidery, brocade, treasures, festivals, etc. to press ahead with revitalization of ethnical cultural industries the province and promote ethnic cultural prosperity.