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For All the Tea in China: How England Stole the World’s Favorite Drink, by Sarah Rose
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Henri Young on January 3, 2013 at 8:39 am
Been searching you web site for a direct email address without luck. Have some exciting opportunities for you here in Asia regarding your novel. Please drop me a line so I can get in touch directly. Alternatively, you can give me a call on +66818678566 ( Bangkok time ).
Need some direction on film rights, etc as there is an innovative model involving funding and production that may well suit you either as a novelist or an ongoing participant in the project.
Either way, I hope you can find the time to discuss further.
Congratulations on your success and hope 2013 can be a prosperous year for us both.
Lou Thomann on March 10, 2015 at 4:51 pm
Sarah, there is another Scottish Botanist named William Aiton, who may have derailed the popular Native American Tea, Yaupon, from taking hold in Europe as early settlers in the US loved it and were sending it back to the mother land….really amazing story and similar to your book as Aiton, is theorized to have been under the employ of the East Indian trading companies who feared American Yaupon Tea from taking market share…..
I am bringing this American Treasure back! Lou 912-596-1506
Höfer, Gerhard on December 19, 2016 at 2:24 am
Dear Sarah Rose,
in the context of my own botanical research in China I came across your book on Robert Fortune and his tea-success with Wardian cases in the 19th century.
It’s a marvellous book – well written. Congratulations!!
Please let me know, if you are interested in a german translation; I would be more than pleased to procure a version for german readers.
Hoping to hear from you
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