The 3rd Tea and Coffee International Symposium, Chiang Mai
I just returned from a meditation retreat a couple days ago, enjoyed my tea art and Qi Gong practices, and attended the Tea and Coffee Internatio...
Tea and agarwood tree plantation, Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the island countries in Southeast Asia, adjacent to Singapore and Thailand, and has always been a pearl on the tourist route b...
Exploring tea houses in a cultural heritage town
After taking a flight, bus, and ferry, I arrived in Penang, Malaysia.
Penang, the most nostalgic city in Malaysia, has the characteristics of the...
Learning Japanese matcha in Bangkok
Matcha has a long history spanning more than 1000 years. Matcha originated in the Sui Dynasty of China and reached its peak in the Tang and Song ...
A sip of Chaozhou Gong Fu Cha in Bangkok
In Chinatown, there are always tea houses. Yaowarat Road in Bangkok is the address of Chinatown, nearly 250 years of history.
I walked to the ol...
Chat with the owner of Monsoon Tea in Chiang Mai
I entered Monsoon Tea, a lovely tea shop.
Mr. Kenneth, the founder and CEO of Monsoon Tea, and we had a nearly three-hour tea conversat...
Making tea in a tea village: Start with a fresh tea leaf bud
Slept in a tent at 6500 meters elevation and awoke to roosters and wet, cold ground, but I'm excited about the temperature difference I discovere...
A visit to a tea village in Mae Hong Son
Took a local transportation yellow "songthaew" after nearly six-hour mountain road ride, arrived at a tea village in Mae Hong Son Province at abou...
A visit to an organic tea farm in Chiang Mai
I have been preparing for a tea journey for awhile. On November 28th, I flew to Bangkok. The journey was not easy after a twenty-hour fl...
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