Bama tea has been selected as the official designated white tea and officially designated Pu’er tea in the Chinese pavilion of the Chinese Pavilion Food and Culture Center at Expo 2020 Dubai

At 12 August, Bama Tea Co., Ltd. (known as “Bama” or “Bama Tea”) and China Food and Culture Center of The signing ceremony of the China pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai was held in Shenzhen, china. It was announced that Bama tea products were selected as the official designated white tea and the designated official Pyouuh tea in China Food and Culture Center China pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Bama tea will take this opportunity to present quality Chinese tea, promoting cultural exchanges between China and over 25 million people from over 200 countries.

Wang hui – General representative of the Universal Exhibition and world vice-president of the Association of Curators, Chen Jun – Director of the Commercial Operations Center of China Food and Culture Center of the China Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, Wu Qingbiao – Managing Director of Bama tea, and other guests and media representatives were invited to the ceremony.

Bama tea leading position in from China tea industry, and the brand’s efforts to promote Chinese tea internationally have been highly appreciated by Wang hui, general representative of the World’s Fair and world vice-president of the Association of Curators.

Before Expo 2020 Dubai, Bama tea made its presence at Expo 2010 Shanghai and Expo 2015 in Milan. In 2010, Bama tea became “China World Expo Ten Famous Teas – Official Tea of ​​United Nations Pavilion, Shanghai Expo 2010”. His products were given to guests as gifts. In 2015, Bama Saizhenzhu Tieguanyin received the Golden Camel Prize, which is one of the best prizes from China the tea industry had won over the last century. In addition, due to its quality and the reputation of its brand, Bama tea also served many important foreign affairs, such as the 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen in 2017, 3rd International Festival of Maritime Silk Road Arts in 2017, promoting Chinese tea to the world.

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