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Legend tells of a silk worm cocoon that fell, almost 5000 years ago, into the tea of Empress Leizu, also known as Xi Lingshi, when she was resting under a mulberry tree in the palace gardens.

When she tried to pull it out the fabric unraveled, revealing a single long-standing thread, of a light, resilient and high quality fiber that left the empress fascinated.

The discovery of such a fiber was the birth of silk farming's expansion, first through China and then through the world.

— 2017 —

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