Bamboo relates to the wood of the bamboo tree that is used for furniture in the East, and came to the Occident in various waves of Chinese influences.

In the 18th Century it was so important that the characteristic appearance of the bamboo was simulated in the wood turnings in England and America.

See also:
"Bamboo" is in the UNSPSC Code "11121608"

Ref: 122643/2006-10-11

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Labong (Labong is a Filipino word for bamboo shoots)

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