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Season Of Longjing Tea-Picking In Hangzhou

HANGZHOU, CHINA - MARCH 29: Chinese farmers carry the fresh Longjing tea leaves in their bamboo baskets to back home after they picked Longjing tea leaves at a tea plantation of Longjing Village on March 29, 2014 in Hangzhou, China. Longjing tea, often called Dragon Well tea that is typically picked and made by hand which begins before Chinese traditional Qingming Festival, the 15th day from the Spring Equinox or usually occurring around April 5. The price of Longjing tea reaches about RMB 4,000 yuan (US$ 643) per kilogram. (Photo by Hong Wu/Getty Images)
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Hong Wu / Contributor
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Getty Images News
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March 29, 2014
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