The Taiwanese tea farmers wear rain jackets to protect themselves from wind and weather Chinese silver grass or straw.
According to historical records, farmers started using raincoats in the Zhou Dynasty. This form of rain protection was widespread in China, Taiwan and Japan at the time.
The raincoat consists of an upper part and a lower part, with the upper part being a "rain jacket" and the lower being a "straw apron".
Even today, these raincoats are still very popular with Taiwanese farmers.