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Story Map Added Flavor


to International KamCha Competition 2016

Do you like the Hong Kong style milk tea or “Kam Cha” as known in Cantonese? This is a renowned local drink originated from the English tea.

 

Esri Story Map showing finalists of International Kam Cha Competition from around the world

Esri Story Map showing finalists of International Kam Cha Competition from around the world.

 

 

The International KamCha Competition 2016 - Final was held on 13 August. Esri was proud to support the event with Esri Story Map.

 

The finalists of the international competition came from 6 cities namely Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen of China, Toronto of Canada and Melbourne of Australia. With our story map combining narrative text and images as the new presentation way to introduce the 6 finalists, readers can easily visualize where we can taste those tasty milk teas across the globe.

 

 

 

Sr. Paul Tsui, Managing Director of Esri China (HK), at the far left, with the guests and judges of the event

Sr. Paul Tsui, Managing Director of Esri China (HK), at the far left, with the guests and judges of the event.

 

 

The Champion of the Final is Hong Kong-based 44-year-old Master Chan who has been working in local restaurants for 22 years. His secret is to have a right mix of tea leaves, and it took him several years’ practice to make the milk tea perfect.

 

Next time, when you are tasting a cup of milk tea in local restaurant, try to appreciate its colour, fragrance and smoothness that may enlighten you.

 

 

 

 

 

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