not for all the tea in China

Not for all the tea in China is a common catch phrase used when you want to say not for any price. This idiom is most commonly used as a response to an offer someone gives you for something which usually something very precious or valuable and you are not willing to give it up for any price. Because it is widely known there is a lot of tea in China because it is their sole beverage, this example works very well in the phrase.