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From Arabia to China, the enduring scent of Yongchun incense

 , Updated 17:33, 03-Mar-2024

Although Yongchun County in south China is small, it has grown into one of the country's four major incense-making hubs. As early as the Song and Yuan dynasties, Arabic aromatic ingredients arrived in Yongchun via the ancient Maritime Silk Road and met traditional Chinese incense culture. In the early Qing Dynasty, a unique fragrance was created and the resulting incense is now sold across the world. Click the link to watch the video and learn how traditional Arab skills and ingredients combined with Chinese culture to create the unforgettable Yongchun incense. Click on the link and let's watch the video together.

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