The article primarily discusses the origin of the name of Liu Pao Tea, Liu Pao tea’s disseminating channels of the Ancient Tea Boat Road(茶船古道), and the referred history and culture. At the end of the 19th century, Chinese society was turbulent and people were living in difficulties. With the exploitation of the western colonizers in Malaysia, particularly Tin mining, led a significant amount of farmers to migrate from the areas of Fujian(福建), Guangdong(廣东）and Guangxi(廣西）of China to Southeast Asia. Consumed by these Chinese farmers, Liu Pao Tea was named as the “Labor’s Tea” and started to travel to Southeast Asia. During this gradually flourishing period of Liu Pao Tea, the Ancient Tea Boat Road(茶船古道), was shaped by the trade waterways which were from the original place Liu Pao village(六堡乡）Hekou, through Wuzhou(梧州）Xijiang River(西江), Guangzhou(廣州）Zhujiang River(珠江), and Hong Kong in China, to Malaysia and Singapore. This unique history endows Liu Pao Tea with a rich meaning of culture，and Liu Pao Tea becomes a knot of the cultural identity of the consumers of overseas Chinese labors with Cantonese background. The recognition and fondness of Liu Pao Tea imply the attitudes of “Cherishing the present happiness through recalling the past bitterness” and seeking a healthy and aesthetic lifestyle.