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Ba Che's yellow flower tea festival to be held on Dec. 23-24

Tuesday, 19/12/2023 | 16:40:52 [GMT +7] A  A

The opening ceremony of the 4th yellow flower tea festival and the ceremony announcing the recognition of Ba Che qualified for new countryside standards will be organizedon December 23 in Ba Che district.

The yellow flower tea is a famous medical product of Ba Che district.
The yellow flower tea is a famous medical product of Ba Che district.

The festival is scheduled to comprise two parts including a ceremony and an art program which introduces the societal and cultural potentials and strength of Ba Che district.

This is a good occasion to honour the national identity, strengthening solidarity among people in the province and create a jubilant atmosphere to encourage them further develop Ba Che district.

Within the framework of the festival, an art show performed by nearly 100 actors and actresses is expected to leave participants deep impression. Those performances will highlight the unique beauty of indigenous dances and songs of different ethnic minority groups such as Dao Thanh Phan, Dao Lo Giang, Tay, San Chay, Dao Thanh Y, etc.

The yellow flower tea is a famous medical product of Ba Che district. It is made from flowers of golden Camellia plants growed in Don Dac commune in this mountainous district.

Ba Che's Yellow Flower Festival 2020

Camellia is a famous garden plant worldwide due to the big size, golden colour and transparent waxy appearance of its flowers. Golden Camellia bloom is also widely used to make tea with health teas and beverages being successfully developed and sold in Southeast Asian countries.

Tea flowers contained many nutrition compounds such as protein, sugar, sucrose, vitamin, amino acid, tea polyphenols and caffeine. Therefore, this kind of tea can provide wonderful benefits for good physical, mental, and emotional health.

Located in the eastern part of Quang Ninh province, Ba Che, a mountainous and remote district, is a difficult place to live with over 80% of population being ethnic minority people. The number of poor and nearly-poor families in this district accounts for 30% of the total households. Despite great care from the Party, State, the province, enterprises, individuals and sponsors in assisting poor families and building the rural infrastructure, greater assistance is still needed to boost sustainable poverty reduction and socio-economic development of Ba Che district.

By Duy Khoa