The Stories of Tea
Author: Wang Xufeng
Order No. 1127
Publisher: Homa & Sekey Books
Pub Year: 2015
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Price: $24.95. You pay only $14.97 (after 40% discount).
Written by a leading expert on tea culture and award winning writer, The Stories of Tea provides a general overview of tea, the world’s most popular drink. From the origin of tea to its planation and varieties, from the process of tea making to the utensils used for tea drinking, from the ways of brewing tea to the cultural tradition of tea drinking, this informative book tells everything you need to know about tea. With extensive research into the legends and myths, historical documents, literary works and paintings, the book also gives a vivid account of the history of enjoying tea and the men who had a great influence on the development of tea culture. Concise and authoritative with several illustrations, this book is an ideal guide for anyone interested in tea and the culture behind it.
Wang Xufeng, born in Zhejiang Province, is a professor and the dean of Tea Culture School in Zhejiang Agriculture and Forestry University. She is a national first-class writer, a vice chairlady of Zhejiang Tea Culture Association and a member of CITCI (China International Tea Cultural Institute), a vice chairlady of Zhejiang Writers Association. Her masterpiece The Teamen Trilogy (Volume I & II) was awarded the 5th Mao Dun Literary Prize, China’s most prestigious literary prize in 2000. The Tea Culture School she founded is the first and the only one in the higher education of tea culture at home and abroad.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 May, 2015.