Along the ancient tea horse road, the story of Ashimei should be remembered.
Su Shi (1037-1101), also know as Su Tungpo, was a Chinese writer, poet, painter, calligrapher and statesman of the Song. As a tea enthusiast, he showed his love for tea in many of his works. In this post, we introduce you one of his tea poems today. We hope you enjoy it!
Read this wonderful Song dynasty poem about Liu Bao tea written by Yang Guanqing.
Read more about today's inspirational tea quote.
A famous tea poem by poet Yuan Zhen. Learn why this poem is also called the 'pagoda poem'.
Love goes through the stomach. That's why we like to surprise lovers, friends an family with amazing food and drink. But at some days we just want to get back to basics. We long for plain bread, rice and...tea.
One possible reason why 'food & drink' is referred to as 'drink & food' in Chinese language.
Sometimes tea can be a close friend.
A saying about why tea connects.
because bad mornings deserve a second chance.
Who says you can't by happiness?
Are you the one?