In China, S is for savings, from gold to tea to art. China Rising Radio Sinoland 171217

Jeff J. Brown
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Still, the Chinese cannot stop saving, a habit they have developed as second nature, for the last 5,000 years. A lot of this goes back to Confucian, Daoist and Buddhist morals, to live frugally and humbly. Even as the Chinese have gotten richer, their savings habit remains intact.
Source article with all the images and hyperlinks: chinarising.puntopress.com/2017/12/18/in-china-s-is-for-savings-from-gold-to-tea-to-art-china-rising-radio-sinoland-171217/
Much more at www.chinarising.puntopress.com and chinarising.puntopress.com/2017/05/19/the-china-trilogy/



18 дек 2017

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Arthur Liu
Arthur Liu 11 месяцев назад
I like pu-er tea, too!
Jeff J. Brown
Jeff J. Brown 11 месяцев назад
Have a cup on me, Arthur!
Tekhelet75 11 месяцев назад
Oh yeah! Good quality tea leaves are valued in China! When I visit China, buying tea leaves is one of the must do things because its straight from the source country and not as exorbitantly priced after importing into my country. Like, a year after buying Pu-Er leaves in mini cake form, I was told the price of Pu-Er had gone up. Great article Jeff! I read the website and shared it! This topic is very interesting. Thanks for sharing those photos!
zhmz888 11 месяцев назад
lending money is not a tradition of china...
Jeff J. Brown
Jeff J. Brown 11 месяцев назад
zhmz888, let's hope the Chinese don't start abusing credit cards.
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