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The Characteristics of Chinese and Westerners—From the Comparison of Tea and Coffee Culture

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DOI: 10.23977/langl.2018.11002 | Downloads: 371 | Views: 6168


Ming Cai 1


1 School of Foreign Languages, Xinyang Agriculture and Forestry University, Xinyang, China

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Ming Cai


This paper consists of five parts. The first part is introduction. The second part pays attention to the characteristics of Chinese tea culture and Western coffee culture. The third part mainly analyzes the comparison between tea culture and coffee culture,which gives the reader a clear glance. The fourth part gives an analysis of differences in character between Chinese and Western people. Finally, this thesis aims at making people understand Chinese tea culture and Western coffee culture clearly.


Tea Culture, Coffee Culture, Characteristics, Comparison


Ming, C., The Characteristics of Chinese and Westerners—From the Comparison of Tea and Coffee Culture. Lecture Notes on Language and Literature (2018) 1: 10-16.


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