National Coffee Day in China
National Coffee Day in China is held on April 1. This event in the first decade of the month April is annual. Help us
The Sale of Coffee Supports 25 Million Farmers Worldwide. Even though tea dominates China's drink of choice and is likely to remain so, coffee is becoming increasingly popular as a Western symbol of status and prestige, as well as a favorite after-dinner drink. Coffee consumption in China has grown rapidly over the past four years and is growing steadily.
Coffee was first introduced to China in the late 19th century. A French missionary brought coffee to Yunnan province, marking the crop's introduction to China. Brazil is a true powerhouse of coffee production. The country single-highhandedly produces nearly 40% of the world's coffee supply.
Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts
Serfs Emancipation Day in Tibet on March 28 (Day of the liberation of Tibetans from serfdom in China, Tibet);
Qingming Festival on April 4 (清明節 or 清明节 also known as Pure Brightness Festival or Tomb-sweeping Day);