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The practice of using dried pomelo peels to preserve Taiwan Oolong Tea is a special method adopted only in the Hakka culture, which introduces the character traits of hardworking, thrifty, plain, and honest from the Hakka people.
A rounded-corner wooden box is selected to express the primitive and thickness. Moreover, the spirit of the Hakka culture is also demonstrated since the box can be used again. This packing is different from the typical styles in the market and viewed as a product with unique Taiwanese culture value.
TING YU CHEN,