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How Jasmine Dragon Pearls are made

04th July 2012
On my blog I mentioned witnessing how our Jasmine Dragon Pearls were made. I had the pleasure of seeing it all in action during a trip to Fujian in China in August of last year. It really is amazing how much effort goes in to making these little balls of ... Read >
Author: lulin

Anatomy of the Banknote

30th June 2011
A banknote is a promissory note made by a bank, payable to the owner of the note and is considered legal tender (along with coins). While currency has taken many forms over the course of time, banknotes were first developed in China during the 7th century... Read >
Author: banksupply

Foot binding - China Product Applications - Honeycomb Material Manufacturer

07th April 2011
History This section includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (March 2009) Tw... Read >
Author: fdsa

Gold Fish

04th March 2011
Goldfish kept people happy to watch the fish. It is strange appearance, brilliant color, it can be said is a natural living works of art, which is loved by people. According to historical records and modern scientific experiment data, scientists have iden... Read >
Author: Myles Sosa

Information On How To Grade White Tea

23rd February 2010
White tea has become a very popular drink in recent years. Though it's been grown at least as far back as the Tang Dynasty (618-907 A.D.), it is a new beverage to most people in the Western world. Later, during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) the emperor ... Read >
Author: Hosea Charles

Ice Creams Market – Ice Cream Brands

01st June 2009
Ice cream is invented with marriage of Catherine de Medici to the Duc d'Orleans in 1533 but there is also evidence in china for inventory for ice cream. But it dates back with to the Tang dynasty with soft milk and rice mixture added with snow and flavore... Read >
Author: Justin Mark
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