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Burma has no shortage of Tea! And it's delicious.
So is the Tea Salad. I ate that for every meal.
Answers to what do you know about stupas?
T 1. The origin of the stupa is India, and at the center of these there's usually some kind of holy relic. (Usually it's a Buddha statue, but in ancient times they often put precious stones or other items that lured looters. Bad Karma for them.)
T 2. Pagoda is an umbrella term that includes stupas along with temples and other Buddhist structures. (The stupa usually has distinctive bell-shaped dome, but it's also considered a pagoda.)
NOW what do you know about tea in Burma?
T/F 1. When ordering tea, you should know what kind you want:sweet, strong, sweet and strong. There are many different combinations.
T/F 2. You can order tea by the cup or bowl.