Tea culture list
  • How tea stands out from many plants and becomes a beverage category representing Chinese culture

    Culture gives tea a common botanical spirit attribute, making it popular in China and the world. In a sense, the continuous transformation of tea, the development of complex production technologies and drinking methods, is to make tea better meet cultural needs.
  • Tea Culture Compulsory Course: Tea Arts "Four Essentials"

    Tea art is an important part of the tea ceremony. There are certain standards for judging the level of tea art. As the saying goes, a clever woman is hard to cook without rice. A master of tea skills is also indispensable when performing. Four treasures are: fine tea, real water, live ...
  • Tea culture talks about tea things and tea sounds

    Inject water into the water pot, throw tea into the pot, out of the soup into the cup, the sound of the water splashing and the collision of the utensils. If you calm down, you will hear a completely different mood on the tea table, faint and subtle, but it makes people clearly explore Nothing to hide.
  • The embryonic form of Chinese tea ceremony (below)

    The Chinese tea ceremony only really appeared in the Song Dynasty. The main reason was that it was in the Song Dynasty tea that there was Tao and Tao in tea, that is, the concept of Tao and tea unity really took shape.
  • The prototype of Chinese tea ceremony (Part 1)

    Although there was no "tea ceremony" in the Tang Dynasty, the integration of Lu Yu's "The Tea Classic" was still a cultural event worthy of a large book and a special book.
  • The meaning of Chinese tea ceremony

    The meaning of the Chinese tea ceremony-an excerpt from "Introduction of Heaven and Earth into a Tea Soup-Confucianism in the Chinese Tea Ceremony" Section 1 In traditional Chinese philosophy, the word Tao has multiple meanings, which usually means heaven and earth and life value The root of existence ...
  • Major tea producing areas in Song Dynasty: Guangdong and Guangxi

    The ecological construction model of tea gardens covers the fields of tea varieties, cultivation, soil, biology, plant protection, fertilizers and other fields. Adhering to the human-centered rational ecological ethics, we strive to revive the tea industry.
  • See how Ming people drink tea and learn about the tea culture of the Ming Dynasty

    The tea drinking procedure in the Ming Dynasty was simple, but the scholars and ancestors had a higher pursuit of the tea drinking environment. They were pursuing tranquility. Several people were about tea parties. Most of the tea parties were between mountains and forests, away from the disturbance of dust.
  • The war that the Ming dynasty regarded tea as a weapon to restrain its borders

    A war triggered by tea finally broke out, and the three-year blood war brought the tea trade back to its original point. As the Ming Dynasty announced the reopening of the tea market, the fighting spirit of the Mongolian and Jurchen ministries was completely dismantled.
  • In the eyes of foreigners, you can understand China only if you understand tea

    Tea is good, fortunately, the peaceful and light style, fortunately, it is easy to live with ease and hold self-love character. In the eyes of foreigners, if you understand tea, you also understand China.
  • Tea and Zen, tea and Buddhism have always been inseparable

    Although tea and buddha, tea and zen seem to have known each other for a long time, there have been seeds that formed the "tea buddha family" and produced the "taste of tea zen" since ancient times.
  • Tea is the national drink: the origin and development of tea

    Tea as a drink, ancient legends began in ancient times. "Shen Nong's Compendium of Materia Medica" said: "Shen Nong tasted Baicao and encountered 72 poisons every day.
  • Beiyuan tribute tea, the brightest page in tea history

    Because of the exquisite and good quality of Beiyuan tribute tea and the great pursuit of the ruling class, it has not only become a material symbol of the prosperity of the tea industry in the Song Dynasty.
  • Origin of Guangdong Tea Culture

    Do you know the origin of Guangdong tea culture? The Guangdong tea culture includes the tea tea appraisal techniques, appreciation of artistic operation methods, and appreciation of the beautiful environment of tea tasting. The process of the unity of form and spirit is a tea drinking activity ...
  • A picture of a cup of tea

    China's tea culture was really formed during the Tang Dynasty. The tea culture at that time not only penetrated into the daily leisure life of the Tang Dynasty, but also appeared in calligraphy and painting.
  • Tea making etiquette, starting from "tea full of deception"

    When it comes to the etiquette of pouring tea, the most widely known is "wine is full of respect, tea is full of deception". When pouring tea to guests, the tea soup cannot be overfilled. Because tea and wine are different, hot tea soup that has just been brewed is still at a relatively hot temperature.
  • To treat guests with tea, you need to learn to "see the truth"

    Treating guests with tea has always been the most popular and common etiquette of daily life in China. In some grand festivals, guests come to visit from afar, and the host naturally makes tea to greet the guests.
  • Tea, artistic life

    The connotation of tea culture is actually a concrete expression of the connotation of Chinese culture and Chinese culture.
  • Do you know the history of Yuncha?

    The development of Yunnan tea began in the Shang and Zhou Dynasties, was produced in the Western Han Dynasty, and was transmitted to the Three Kingdoms. The merchant was named in the Tang Dynasty, named after the Ming Dynasty, flourished in the Qing Dynasty, and declined in the Republic of China.