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Experience Türkiye through a cup of black tea

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In Turkish, tea is pronounced as "çay," which is derived from the Chinese character for tea, cha. In Türkiye, tea has a history of more than 200 years and has been gradually integrated into the local culture, becoming an indispensable beverage for the local people. In an ordinary Turkish family, making a cup of black tea in a special tea kettle called "çaydanlık" is an essential part of daily life.

Birol from Türkiye is a local Chinese-language tour guide. In this video, he shows how tea is integrated into the lives of ordinary Turkish people. Drinking five to ten cups of black tea from breakfast to dinner every day fills the lives of Turkish people.

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