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How a British tea lover spent a day in Shanghai

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Tea originated and flourished in China. In the 17th century, Chinese tea began to be sold to European countries and was loved by locals. Among these Western countries, Britain has gradually formed its own unique tea culture.

Luke Johnston is a medical student from the UK who is currently studying for his PhD at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He joined CGTN's "Cup of Tea" challenge and showed how a tea lover can spend a day in Shanghai. Let's take a look.

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