Chinese Style Tea Towels – chapter 1

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Chinese Style Tea Towels – chapter 1


The Chinese Spring Festival has just passed, but the Chinese custom is that the first month is different from the year. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce to you the Chinese style tea towels made of pictures with Chinese characteristics.

If you know more about China, you may know that China has 34 first-level administrative regions, including 23 provinces, 4 municipalities, 5 autonomous regions, and 2 special administrative regions; just like the 50 states in the United States and 1 Washington, DC. We will make a Chinese style tea towel for each first-level administrative region of China. The name of this series is called “Here is China.”

Now, open your eyes and get ready to admire these beautiful tea towels.

  1. Guangzhou-Guangdong
    Photographer / Chen Guoheng
    Photo Content / On February 3, 2019, the Tianhe Spring Festival Flower Market is in full swing. Every Spring Festival, Cantonese people must go to the flower market “Xinghua Street” to hope for good luck in the coming year.
  1. Taierzhuang-Shandong
    Photographer / Li Qiong
    Photographic content / The ancient city of Taierzhuang during the Spring Festival in 2019, the fiery red lanterns hang high, which are particularly conspicuous against the background of the white snow.
  1. Liuzhou-Guangxi
    Photographer / Liao Wei
    Photographic Content / On the 13th day of the first lunar month of 2014, at the foot of Yuanbao Mountain in Guangxi, Miao villagers gathered together to pray for disasters. They are called “Pohui”, which is one of the forms of celebrating the New Year for ethnic minorities.
  1. Datong-Shaanxi
    Photographer / Shi Yaochen
    Photographic content / On the eve of New Year’s Eve in 2021, the ancient city of Datong in Shanxi will be decorated with lanterns and spring couplets to welcome the new year.
  1. Shanghai – Shanghai
    Photographer / Qiuku Choku
    Photographic content / During the Lantern Festival in 2019, Shanghai Yu Garden was decorated with lanterns, and the Jiuqu Bridge was lined up with one another, which means that after going through twists and turns and ups and downs, the new year will be smooth and prosperous.
  1. Dali – Yunnan
    Photographer / Duan Jianmin
    Photographic content / On January 3, 2020, the Bai people knocked on the south gate of the ancient city of Dali, Yunnan, to cheer the dragon and celebrate the New Year.
  1. Tianjin – Tianjin
    Photographer / Lin Huagang
    Photographic Content / Tianjin Eye on New Year’s Eve in 2022, Ambilight.
  1. Hulunbuir – Inner Mongolia
    Photographer / Lu Wen
    Photographic content / At the 2016 Ice and Snow Naadam Conference, the horse team galloping in the ice and snow set off a fire of enthusiasm, which is one of the traditions of the Mongolian Chinese New Year.
  1. Chengdu – Sichuan Province
    Photographer / Dunin
    Photographic content / On the night of Lantern Festival in 2019, the alleys were empty, and the fireworks display of Tianfu Panda Tower lit up the night sky of Chengdu.
  1. Shenyang-Liaoning
    Image from / Visual China
    Photo Content / On January 28, 2021, Shenyang Imperial Palace ushered in the first snowfall of the new year.


Hi, I’m Nolan, the funder of [], I’ve been running a factory in China that makes digital printing tea towel for 10 years now, and the purpose of this article is to share with you the knowledge related to digital printing tea towel from a Chinese supplier’s perspective.

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