Wood, rice, oil, salt, soy sauce, vinegar, and tea-otherwise kwn as the seven things that open the door -are the basic kitchen necessities Chinese people cant do without in their daily lives. Among them, tea is the most special. It is t only a beverage, but also an integral part of people's hearts and minds, thus shaping a unique tea culture in China. In this book, you will learn everything about Chinese tea for practical uses, as well as for meditation.
Ms. Wang Jian has been fascinated with tea for many years. She graduated from the Ancient Chinese Documentation Research Institute at Shanghai Normal University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the study of Classic Chinese Documentation and a Master of Arts degree in the study of Chinese Tang Poetry. Currently editor of a publishing house, Wang is mainly engaged in the editing and publishing of books on history, humanities, and museums. She has been involved in the compilation and editing of over fifty book titles.