What does Ku Cha mean?

What does Ku Cha mean?

tea
In Chinese, “ku” means bitter and “cha” means tea. Why did we include the word “bitter” in our store name? In other words, sweet takes work.

Where is Kucha located?

China
Kucha, Chinese (Pinyin) Kuqa or (Wade-Giles romanization) K’u-ch’e, oasis town, northwestern Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang, China. It lies at the foot of the southern slope of the Tien Shan (“Celestial Mountains”) on the northern rim of the Tarim Basin.

What is in Kucha?

According to the Jinshu, Kucha was highly fortified, had a splendid royal palace, and many Buddhist stupas and temples: There are fortified cities everywhere, their ramparts are three-fold, inside there are thousands of Buddhist stupas and temples (…)

Where is tocharian spoken?

Tocharian languages, Tocharian also spelled Tokharian, small group of extinct Indo-European languages that were spoken in the Tarim River Basin (in the centre of the modern Uighur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang, China) during the latter half of the 1st millennium ad.

What happened to the tocharians?

The Tocharians were an fascinating ancient Indo-European-speaking people living in westernmost China and parts of Central Asia. They were part of the distinct Tocharian branch, an own branch of the Indo-European family. They later got replaced and assimilated by Mongoloid Turkic people, later known as the Uyghurs.

Where is Kashgar on the Silk Road?

western China
Kashgar lies in far western China in the Uygur Region of Xinjiang. The city is situated at the western end of the Tarim Basin in a fertile oasis of loess and alluvial soils watered by the Kashgar River and by several springs.

What did the West trade on the Silk Road?

The silk road was a network of paths connecting civilizations in the East and West that was well traveled for approximately 1,400 years. They traded goods such as silk, spices, tea, ivory, cotton, wool, precious metals, and ideas.

Is tocharian a Celtic?

The Celts gradually infiltrated Britain between about 500 and 100BC. The eastern Celts spoke a now-dead language called Tocharian, which is related to Celtic languages and part of the Indo-European group.