Eco-Cha Chats With The Taiwanese Government About Tea And Culture

October 29, 2015 2 Comments

We visited some great people at the Taiwanese Department of Foreign Affairs to chat about why we love life in Taiwan, why Taiwan is an undiscovered and amazing travel destination, and of course...Oolong Tea!

  





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Stephen - Eco-Cha
Stephen - Eco-Cha

October 30, 2015

Arron,

Yes everyone who translates a sentence from this Chinese article will receive a 25% discount code and be entered into a draw for a chance to win one of our Premium Gift Sets. Sorry for the mix up!

Aaron
Aaron

October 30, 2015

Are we still able to help translate the article for a 25% coupon? I started to translate and then noticed the original email directed to a 404 page and the new page has scrubbed mention of the coupon.

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