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Simply a relaxing space, nothing more

By Ren Xiaojin | China Daily | Updated: 2018-05-17 07:48

China's young people are well known for their love of Starbucks and other coffee shops, and for chasing after the latest made-to-go fusion tea drinks.

But some hold the belief that one day, that same generation could be lured back to the country's traditional drink - tea, which is grown in this country and has come to represent centuries of national culture.

In the Binjiang area of Hangzhou, where many of the country's internet workers congregate, there's a well-designed 200-square-meter teahouse - Find Why, which specifically targets young people who would like to sit down, have a proper brew and a good chat.

Simply a relaxing space, nothing more

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