Maps of tea producing areas?


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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby fdrx » Jun 18th, '14, 14:20

simple Jinggu map added...

From what I have seen on the chinese websites, this year there is more information and interest about puerh areas villages.
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby shah82 » Jun 18th, '14, 15:13

We need a much more complete map of Bulang, btw, peeps, so if any of you see one that's better than what's uploaded already, please link! We've got lots and lots of chinese-english translations of locations, so it doesn't matter if it's all gibberish. Someone will photoshop a easy to read version.
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby shah82 » Jun 18th, '14, 15:16

Extraodinarily illuminating for JingGu! Time for some google/taobao-fu!
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby shah82 » Jun 18th, '14, 15:36

Found this as a result...

http://zh.scribd.com/doc/208286611/雲南最全茶山總匯
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby fdrx » Jun 18th, '14, 19:18

We need a much more complete map of Bulang

there is one, but the south is up and the print is small:
http://bit.ly/1lWXZRb
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby shah82 » Jun 18th, '14, 19:31

not only is it upside down, it's also mirror image of what should be the case.
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Re: Maps of tea producing areas?

Postby fdrx » Jun 22nd, '14, 22:33

Jingdong, Zhenyuan and Mojiang maps added...
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