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nearly 2000 authentic Cuban Havana cigars According to literature records, tobacco was introduced into China from the north and South in the 16th to 17th centuries. ① South Road: first, it was spread from Luzon in the Philippines to Fujian and Guangdong in the Wanli period of the Ming Dynasty (1573 ~ 1619); First, it was spread from Luzon to Macao and Taiwan in 1575 and to the mainland in 1620; Another is that it was introduced into Guangdong from Nanyang. ② North Road: it was spread from North Korea to the Northeast in the early 17th century. In 1986, two pipes were made in the 28th year of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1550), which shows that the actual introduction time was earlier than that recorded in the literature

tobacco was first introduced into China to prevent epidemics and cold diseases, and then used as consumer goods. At the beginning, the popular way of smoking was to burn and suck broken tobacco leaves or cut tobacco with a pipe. Later, in order to avoid “fire and gas reaching the throat”, some used a water chimney to burn and suck. Hookah smoke was quite common in the Qianlong period of the Qing Dynasty (1736 ~ 1795). Snuff prevailed during the Kangxi period (1662 ~ 1722). During the reign of Daoguang (1821 ~ 1850), the use of small pieces of paper to roll cut tobacco for smoking appeared in Guangdong. At the end of the 18th century, tobacco planting and processing had flourished, and tobacco and its products became important commodities. During the reign of Emperor Qianlong, there were tobacco processing plants in Jiangxi, Shandong and Guangxi. For example, there were six processing plants in Jining, Shandong, with more than 4000 workers and an annual turnover of 2 million taels of silver. After the smooth shipping, the tobacco leaves are sold to Japan, Egypt, Germany, the Netherlands and other countries. According to customs data, the average annual tobacco turnover in Shanghai reached 12500 tons in the 1990s

the consumption of machine-made cigarettes in China began in 1890. First, the American merchant mustard & amp; Co.Ltd. promoted cigarettes in China. In 1902, American Tobacco Company and American yingerkandille tobacco company established cigarette factories in Shanghai and Hong Kong respectively, opening the prelude to China’s cigarette industry. In the same year, British American Tobacco entered the Chinese market, successively set up tobacco factories in some cities, opened flue-cured tobacco production areas and built redrying plants (in 1934, the company’s enterprise in China was renamed Yizhong tobacco company). In 1917, Japanese businessmen opened east Asia Tobacco Co., Ltd. in Tianjin, and successively established cigarette factories in Tianjin, Yingkou, Qingdao, Zhangjiakou, Changchun and Shenyang. In 1902, the Beiyang tobacco factory jointly run by Tianjin officials and businessmen was the earliest tobacco factory set up by the Chinese themselves. In 1905, Nanyang overseas Chinese founded Nanyang Brothers Tobacco Co., Ltd. in Hong Kong. Since 1912, they have successively opened five tobacco factories and three redrying factories in Shanghai and other cities, becoming the largest tobacco enterprise in China’s private capital. By 1949, China had 1249 cigarette factories with 286000 employees, and the output of cigarettes was 1.6 million boxes, accounting for 30% of the sales volume of the cigarette market (50% produced by foreign manufacturers and 20% imported)

in the early 1950s, tobacco production recovered rapidly and gradually formed a formula and fermentation process system with Chinese characteristics. By 1957, the output of cigarettes had reached 4.46 million cases. In 1958, the tobacco industry science research institute of the Ministry of light industry was established in Zhengzhou. In the same year, the Tobacco Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences was established in Yidu, Shandong (now Qingzhou)

China Tobacco Industry Corporation was established in 1963 (disintegrated in 1969) to centrally manage cigarette production and tobacco purchase. Organize the construction of tobacco raw material base and strengthen the technical transformation of tobacco factories. The cigarette factory has realized mechanization of stem pulling and packaging, and then continuous silk production. During this period, the production of filter cigarettes and the development of mixed cigarettes and tobacco flakes began

China National Tobacco Corporation was established in 1982 to implement unified management of the tobacco industry. On September 23, 1983, the State Council promulgated the regulations on tobacco monopoly. In 1984, the State Tobacco Monopoly Bureau directly under the State Council was established to implement the national monopoly system for the tobacco industry. In 1985, China Tobacco Society was established. Hefei Institute of economics and technology directly under China National Tobacco Corporation began recruiting students in 1989 to train professionals in tobacco cultivation, tobacco processing and tobacco machinery. Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou Institute of light industry and Shanghai Light Industry College offer tobacco majors. In 1986, the National Tobacco standard was revised and the national cigarette standard was promulgated. Due to the implementation of a series of centralized and unified management measures, cigarette production has increased at an annual rate of 10%. In 1989, the output of cigarettes reached 31.9506 million boxes, ranking first in the world. The tobacco industry realized tax profits of 24 billion yuan, accounting for 8% of the national fiscal revenue. Among cigarette products, filter cigarettes account for 18.7%. Mixed cigarettes began to rise. The average tar content of cigarettes has decreased from more than 30 mg /cigarette in the early 1960s to 25.8 mg /cigarette. The consumption of tobacco in a single box of cigarettes is about 55kg, more than 10kg higher than that in foreign countries. A new mixed cigarette with certain effect on common diseases of respiratory system was developed by using the traditional theory of traditional Chinese medicine. Through technological transformation in recent years, one third of the cigarette production capacity has adopted medium speed wire suction cigarette machines, and some factories have begun to equip with internationally advanced main equipment

development trend ① consumption: in 1985, the world cigarette output reached 99.46 million cases (497.3 billion sticks), accounting for more than 85% of the world tobacco consumption. Due to people’s attention to health, government restrictions on smoking, tax increases and price increases, consumption has been nearly saturated, and cigarette production is in a state of stagnation or negative growth; This state will not change in the short term. In developing countries, due to population growth, urbanization, national income growth and the shift to commercial cigarettes, the growth rate will still be large. ② Product type: the proportion of mixed cigarettes will continue to increase, especially in some countries that originally smoked dark cigarettes. In some European countries, due to the increase of taxes and prices, self cigarettes have an increasing trend. Cigarette manufacturers in many countries are competing to develop new products suitable for the wishes of consumers, such as ultra-low tar cigarettes with only 1 ~ 2 mg /cigarette, cigarettes that can adjust the taste intensity and tar amount by themselves, and clean cigarettes without tributary smoke and smokeless ash. ③ Product structure: mixed cigarettes and filter cigarettes will develop and tend to be high-grade

Yellow Crane Tower 1916, a 1800RMB cigarette box is also very exquisite. Take down the plastic paper outside and the cigarette box can be folded

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