Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Qing Dynasty
Jan
29
2024

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Qing Dynasty

Image / National Palace Museum OPEN DATA “Chin Ting-Piao Admiring a Spring”

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Ming Dynasty
Jan
29
2024

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Ming Dynasty

Image / National Palace Museum OPEN DATA “Ming Tang Yin Competing over Tea”

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Song Dynasty
Jan
29
2024

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Song Dynasty

Image / National Palace Museum OPEN DATA “Song Liu, Song-Nian Making Tea”

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Tang Dynasty
Jan
29
2024

Perspectives on Tea Drinking in the Tang Dynasty

Image / National Palace Museum OPEN DATA “Ming Meeting of Literati”

The View of Drinking Tea in Primitive Society
Jan
29
2024

The View of Drinking Tea in Primitive Society

Perhaps you wouldn't believe it, but in ancient times, when brewing tea, almost everything was added - Onions! Ginger! Coriander! Orange peels, green beans, and sesame seeds were added, followed by a sprinkle of salt. This concoction, known as “Eight Treasure Tea Congee”, has been cherished as a delicacy for over two thousand years since the Zhou Dynasty.

Tea Culture - A Brief History of Chinese Tea Drinking
Dec
31
2017

Tea Culture - A Brief History of Chinese Tea Drinking

Founder Mr. Liu, Han-Chieh once said: “Using a river as a metaphor, each dynasty's way of drinking tea is like a tributary, eventually converging into a river larger than the Amazon River. These tributaries not only belong to the past but still deeply influence us today, and they all leave traces that can be followed. Every sip of tea we drink is both history and the present”.

The Gong-Fu Tea
Apr
30
2017

The Gong-Fu Tea

If it weren't for someone using the term “patented”, invoking the essence of the traditional method of brewing oolong tea from southern Fujian province, in today's society where bubble milk tea is ubiquitous and with the variety of tea types available, who would still argue about it? The socio-economic direction of tea consumption follows the mainstream trend, with most people using it for their daily lives, thus exerting a significant societal impact. Otherwise, it's just history.

Song Dynasty Tea Culture
Mar
31
2016

Song Dynasty Tea Culture

The tea-drinking customs of the Song Dynasty can be puzzling for those who are not acquainted with them. Even for those with some knowledge, uncertainties may arise. How was it all orchestrated? It appears that their emphasis was primarily on ceremonial offerings, which might not fully capture the true essence of tea. Does this imply that other varieties of tea were not regarded as genuine tea?

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