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  1. Xia

    The most difficult part of tea ceremony is to know more about different tea. Right tea for right time.It is more interesting than ceremony itself.

  2. Chen

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  3. Ingrid

    Will you please answer the question; what significance the clay figurine on the draining table has, if any.

    None. According to my Chinese teacher, it is just playful. ~Elise

  4. Ingrid

    In Shenyang, China, I visited a tea shop by the Black Gate. During the preparation of tea, for sampling, I noticed a samll dragon figurine on the tea table. This figurine was doused with tea, each time a new kind was prepared, before serving. What what is the significance/lore of the dragon in tea preparation?

  5. Elise Bauer

    Hi GW – You might try looking at this article on tea bricks over at Wikipedia. Apparently you chip a piece of the compacted tea off, rinse it, and then make tea with it.

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