Bu'er Mountain is located in Menghai County, Xishuangbanna, close to the border of China and Myanmar. It is a famous Pu'er tea producing area and one of the areas with the most preserved ancient tea gardens. Bulangshan Township includes the villages of Banzhang, Laoman'e, and Manxinlong. Among them, the oldest Laoman'e stockade has a history of 1400 years. The Bulang people are descendants of Baipu. They have lived in Bulang Mountains for generations. They are the earliest people in the world to cultivate, make and drink tea.
They finally rented this piece of land in Bulang Mountain from the villagers. The 6,600 mu of barren hills have established the "Tianzi Laobanzhang Biodiversity Reserve", where they rely on their own efforts to rebuild the rainforest. , Trying to break the industry’s belief that “the rain forest cannot be restored after it is destroyed”