The preparatory work for the “13th Five-Year Plan” textbook “Tea Standards and Regulations” for higher education will be held

The is: “13th Five-Year Plan” textbook “Tea Standards and Regulations” for general higher education will be held in Hangzhou

Higher Education

July 8, the first domestic “tea standard and regulation” textbook preparation for higher education planning He will be held at the Hangzhou Tea Research Institute of the Head Office (China Tea House). The chairman of the National Tea Standardization Technical Committee, the president of the Chinese Tea House, and the editor-in-chief of the book, Yin Wei, presided over the meeting. Lu Chengyin, deputy director of the Tea Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Professor Liu Zhonghua of Hunan Agricultural University, Associate Dean Li Daxiang, College of Tea and Food Science and Technology, Anhui Agricultural University, Professor Guo Guiyi, Dean of the Tea College of Xinyang Agriculture and Forestry College, and Jia Lei, China Light Industry Press The director and the deputy director of the Chinese Tea Academy, Yang Xiufang, and other experts and professors attended the meeting.

The meeting conducted in-depth discussions on the framework of the book and the contents of each chapter, determined the outline of the preparation of the “Tea Standards and Regulations”, clarified the division of tasks, and officially started the preparation.

The preparation and publication of the planning textbook will fill the blank of tea standards and regulations in colleges and universities in China; it is conducive to scientific guidance of tea production, processing, sales, drinking and market supervision, inspection and testing, technology promotion, science Research, education and training of higher professional talents; enrich and improve the teaching content of tea science, provide systematic, standardized and comprehensive tea standards and regulations for the industry, and make positive contributions to the sustainable and healthy development of the tea industry.