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Sources and further reading for the post on coffee in Yunnan

Updated: May 10, 2019

  • ICC. (2015). Coffee in China. Retrieved from http://www.ico.org/documents/cy2014-15/icc-115-7e-study-china.pdf

  • Angelico, I. (Director). (2007). Black Coffee [Motion Picture].

  • Barlow, N. (2013, October 22). The State of Domestic Coffee Production in China. Retrieved from China Briefing: https://www.china-briefing.com/news/the-state-of-domestic-coffee-production-in-china/

  • Campbell, C. (2018, April 05). In China's Tea-Growing Heartland, Coffee Is Fast Becoming the New Flavor. Retrieved from Time: http://time.com/5195173/china-yunnan-puer-coffee-tea/

  • Castle, T. (1987). The taste of coffee, the taste for coffee, and the attempt to discuss either. In T. J. (ed.), Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery. Taste (pp. 43-45). Oxford: Prospect Books.

  • Cunningham , M. (2010, April 28). China's Coffee Culture. Retrieved from Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/2010/04/28/starbucks-china-consumers-markets-economy-coffee.html#209798e53a0e

  • Duggan, J. (2015, May 18). Spilling the beans on China's booming coffee culture . Retrieved from The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2015/may/18/spilling-the-beans-chinas-growing-coffee-culture

  • Fabricant, F. (2018, August 06). A Pleasing Brew From Yunnan Province. Retrieved from The New Yorker: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/06/dining/single-origin-coffee-china.html?rref=collection%2Ftimestopic%2FCoffee&action=click&contentCollection=timestopics&region=stream&module=stream_unit&version=latest&contentPlacement=7&pgtype=collection

  • Felton, E. (2019). Filtered: Coffee, the Café and the 21st-Century City. New York: Routledge.

  • Gibson, D. (2013, February 19). CES 12 Preview: Sustainable Coffee Growing in Yunnan. Retrieved from Wilson Center: https://www.wilsoncenter.org/article/ces-12-preview-sustainable-coffee-growing-yunnan

  • Heinze, T. (2016, September 28). Commercial to Specialty: China as a Growing Coffee Origin. Retrieved from Perfect Daily Grind: https://www.perfectdailygrind.com/2016/09/nestle-specialty-china-growing-coffee-origin/

  • Heinze, T. (2016, December 12). Yunnan Coffee. Retrieved from Fresh Cup Magazine: https://www.freshcup.com/yunnan-coffee/

  • Jagelman, J. (2019, March 07). China Specialty Coffee – Awakening the Dragon. Retrieved from Yunnan Coffee Traders: https://yunnancoffeetraders.com/china-specialty-coffee/

  • Jilani, S. (2019, February 26). How Turkish coffee destroyed an empire. Retrieved from The Economist 1843: https://www.1843magazine.com/food-drink/food-fight/how-turkish-coffee-destroyed-an-empire

  • Lynch, P. (2015, March 05). That’s Maths: The Lvov School and the golden age of Polish mathematics. Retrieved from The Irish Times: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/science/that-s-maths-the-lvov-school-and-the-golden-age-of-polish-mathematics-1.2115349

  • Manlao River Coffee. (n.d.). Retrieved from Manlao River Coffee: https://www.manlaoriver.com/en/our-story/the-history-of-coffee-in-yunnan/?v=1c2903397d88

  • Marshall , C. (2015, March 06). Philosophers Drinking Coffee: The Excessive Habits of Kant, Voltaire & Kierkegaard. Retrieved from Open Culture: http://www.openculture.com/2015/03/philosophers-drinking-coffee.html

  • McIntyre , E. (2017, January 20). What (Exactly) is “Third Wave Coffee”? Retrieved from The Coffee Magazine: https://magazine.crema.co/third-wave-f6479681dcf9

  • Neilson, J., & Wang, J.-H. (2019, January). China and the changing economic geography of coffee value chains: China and economic geography of coffee value chains. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.

  • Pang , C., & Li, M. (2018). Mapping Chinese Coffee Culture in the Land of Tea. The Case of Yunnan Province. Journal of International Economic Studies(32), 103‒115.

  • Rigal, C., Vaast, P., & Xu, J. (2018, September 20). Using farmers' local knowledge of tree provision of ecosystem services to strengthen the emergence of coffee-agroforestry landscapes in southwest China. Plos One, 13(9).

  • Santaram, A. (2018). Re-Creating Coffea arabica: The Perspective. ACA Conference Scientific Forum. Mangshi.

  • Schneider, M. (2016, March). Dragon Head Enterprises and the State of Agribusiness in China. Journal of Agrarian Change.

  • Spence, C. (2017). Gastrophysics. Viking.

  • Tannahill, R. (1988). Food in History. New York: Three Rivers Press .

  • Tark, S. (2018, November 18). Exploring The Chinese Coffee Industry, From Roasters to Consumers. Retrieved from Perfect Daily Grind: https://www.perfectdailygrind.com/2018/11/exploring-the-chinese-coffee-industry-from-roasters-to-consumers/

  • Terazono, E. (2014, November 02). Chinese farmers gain taste for coffee. Retrieved from FT: https://www.ft.com/content/39673c02-603a-11e4-98e6-00144feabdc0

  • Van, T. (2013, July 31). Yunnan Coffee - Aroma of China. Retrieved from Cafe Culture: https://www.cafeculture.com/general-interest/yunnan-coffee-aroma-of-china

  • Verdin, G. (1991). Coffee Houses in the Eighteenth Century. In H. W. (ed.), Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. Public Eating (pp. 285-286). Oxford: Prospect Books.

  • Wang, J. (2012). The Coffee/Café-Scape in Chinese Urban Cities. A Journal of Media and Culture, 15(2).

  • Zhang , H., Zhou , H., Chen , Z., Song, G., Peng , Z., Pererira , A., . . . Várzea, V. (2013). Arabica Coffee Production in the Yunnan Province of China. Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Coffee Science (ASIC).

  • Zhang, Q., & Donaldson, J. (2008, July). The Rise of Agrarian Capitalism with Chinese Characteristics: Agricultural Modernization,Agribusiness and Collective Land Rights. China Journal, 60, 25-47.

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