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High mountain tea'scrisis / High mountain tea'scrisis

High mountain tea'scrisis

Taiwan’s mountain and hillside tea plantations’ soil lacks the ability to grip firmly to the slopes. This is especially true in recent years resulting in the price of high mountain tea being a lot more than the average.
Tea plantations at the peaks of the high hills is gradually shifting making this problem more serious.
Taiwan's slopes, especially in the high altitudes have constant rainfall making the steep terrain and ground fragile and subject to landfalls.

University

Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

University

Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

Design

Chaoyang University of Technology

Chaoyang University of Technology
Taichung City, Taiwan

Tzu Yu Chen