Tea-drinking is a constituent part of Chinese culture. China is an original producer of tea and is renowned for its skills in planting and making tea. Its customs of tea-drinking spread over to Europe and to many other regions through cultural exchange via the ancient “Silk Road” and other channels of trade. The Chinese nation has written a brilliant page for its tea culture in the history of world civilization. The development and promotion of tea has been one of China’s principal contributions to the world.
The original processing of the tea was quite simple. People either boiled the tea leaves straight from the tree, or sun-dried tea leaves for future use. While the processing methods have changed over the centuries, it still resembles its ancient ancestor in that it is not fermented and only very slightly oxidized.
Here at Beijing Mandarin School you can study not only oral Chinese but also Chinese tea talk & ceremony classes. You will be shown how to brew and drink tea properly to experience the full flavor; you will soon realize the pleasure and health benefits of the Chinese tea culture.
Each of our Chinese calligraphy classes is at least 2 hours long. And it just cost you 200 yuan each time.