1 Introduction of Tea Industry Committee
The Tea Industry Committee of China Association for the Promotion of International Agricultural Cooperation (referred to as the Tea Industry Committee) is a national, non-profit professional association formed by companies, institutions and individuals engaged in the tea industry voluntarily. The Tea Industry Committee receives business guidance from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs and the Ministry of Civil Affairs.
The Tea Industry Committee’s mission is to, through carrying out exchanges and cooperation domestically and internationally, promote its sustainable and orderly expansion for the betterment of all participants in the tea sector. Globally, through active and effective measures to improve the export of Chinese tea, the Tea Industry Committee endeavours to increase the exchange and cooperation with producers and consumers concerning quality, standards, cultivation, technology, and market information, to actively expand the influence of Chinese tea in international markets. At the domestic level, the Tea Industry Committee actively focuses on industrial policies, does an excellent job of industry research and member services, and builds bridges between the members, governments, enterprises, and markets. Simultaneously, the Tea Industry Committee works towards ‘going out and bringing in’ to improve the modernization level of the tea industries, cultivates well-known brands in the industry, and encourages the sustainable development of the tea sector. We work in the spirit of ‘service, self-discipline, coordination and development’.
2 Message from the General Secretary
Welcome to the website of Tea Industry Committee of China Association for the Promotion of International Agricultural Cooperation. On behalf of all my colleagues of the Committee, I would like to extend my sincere respect and best wishes to you!
The Tea Industry Committee is a national, non-profit professional association formed by companies, institutions and individuals engaged in the tea industry voluntarily.
We are committed to promoting tea industry via formulating and publishing tea standards, publicising measures to reduce the use of pesticides and chemical fertilisers, improving the construction of ecological tea gardens, tracking and warning the changes of tea standards in China’s major tea exporting countries, facilitating scientific research, information and trade exchanges and cooperation with tea-producing countries and regions, holding a series events for the promotion of Chinese tea on a global basis, such as Tea Expo, Industry Forum and Tea Culture Festival. Our primary responsibility is to build the bridge named ‘Tea’ between China and the world, to strengthen the Chinese tea export and to upgrade Chinese tea product.
Once again, welcome to the website of Tea Industry Committee of China Association for the Promotion of International Agricultural Cooperation! If you would like more information about Trade, Standards, Quality, and Market Promotion of Chinese tea, please contact us at any time. We hope this web will become a window for tea friends to learn about China’s Tea Industry on a global scale!
General Secretary of Tea Industry Committee of China Association for the Promotion of International Agricultural Cooperation
3 Organisational Governance
Shu Huiguo, Standing Committee Member of the Tenth National People’s Congress, Deputy Director of the Agriculture and Rural Committee, and former Secretary of the Jiangxi Provincial Party Committee
Chen Zongmao, Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE)
Chen Xunru, Former Vice Chairman of Yunnan Provincial Political Consultative Conference and Founding Chairman of Yunnan Tea Distribution Association
Lu Zhiming, Former Deputy Director of Guizhou Provincial People’s Congress and President of Guizhou Tea Association
Yu Guanting, Senior Engineer of Tea Processing and Former Chairman of National Tea Production and Marketing Group
Lu Mingyi, Former Deputy Editor-in-Chief of Farmers Daily, Vice Chairman of China Agricultural International Cooperation Association
Executive Vice President
Feng Huaisong, Former investigator, Department of Plantation Management, Ministry of Agriculture (and Rural Affairs)
Li Guiqun, Former Researcher, Department of Market Information, Ministry of Agriculture (and Rural Affairs)
Wan Fuxiang, Former Deputy Inspector of Agriculture Department of Hubei Province
Zhang Dawei, Former Director of Guizhou Provincial Supply and Marketing Cooperative, Executive Vice President of Guizhou Tea Association
Hu Weidong, Former Director of Jiujiang Agriculture Bureau and Chairman of Jiujiang Tea Industry Association
Yin Xiaomin, Chairman of Zhejiang Huafa Tea Co., Ltd.
Yan Zewen, Party Secretary and Chairman of Sichuan Tea Group Co., Ltd.
Lin Rongxi, Vice President of Bama Tea Co., Ltd.
Ning Jing, Vice President of Comfort Cultural Tourism Industry Group
Huang Chunxiang, Vice President and Rotating CEO of Joyu Lvmama Group
Li Chaokang, Deputy General Manager of Yunnan Longyuanhao Tea Co., Ltd.
Zhang Wenqi, Chairman of Enshi Yulu Group Co., Ltd.
Wei You, Deputy General Secretary of China Association for the Promotion of International Agricultural Cooperation
4 Committee of Experts
Yang Yajun, Chief Scientist, National Tea Industry Technology System; Researcher, Tea Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Lu Chengyin, Deputy Director, Tea Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Lin Zhicheng, President of Taiwan Tea Association, President of Yuanpei University of Medical Technology
5 Organisational Structure