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It's Tea Time ...
Make a pot of tea, whether it's green tea, black tea, Oolong tea, jasmine tea, or some other type of tea, as long as it is your favourite tea. Come to sit at your favourite spot. Pour yourself a cup, and take a deep breath. Smell the refreshing fragrance of tea, and have a sip. Is it soothing? Is it peaceful? Let go the chaos of your life; let go the stress that drives you crazy; Let's enjoy our tea and embrace the beautiful nature it brings to us.
Do you like to know more about tea, its type, its history, or its health benefits? Do you like to learn tips and tricks on tea selection, brewing or storage? Do you have stories, poems, and arts about tea to share? Welcome to Yzh Teahouse, and let's talk …
Ti Kuan Yin Tea
Oolong tea from the Fujian province of China. In Mandarin, Ti Kuan Yin means "iron goddess of mercy," a name derived from local legend. This tea is arguably the finest of Chinese oolongs, with competition-grade varieties selling for thousand of dollars a pound. Upon sampling dozens of samples, we have selected this tea as the finest we have seen this year. See more our tea selections.
Green tea, black tea, or Oolong tea …, which type suits you best? How to tell the quality of tea and how to make a cup of perfect tea? ...All about Tea
All teas come from the same plant, camellia sinensis. There are four major types – White tea, Green tea, Oolong tea or Black tea. The differences among them are the results of different processing methods of how the tea leaves are oxidized before drying. ...
Read about The Type of Tea
Tea was discovered in China about five thousand years ago. The birth stories of tea are filled with myths and legends.
Read about The History of Tea
The basic method of tea evaluation includes visual examination, smelling and tasting.
Read about Tea Selection Tips
Although what makes a perfect cup of tea depends on personal preference, there are guidelines for tea brewing.
Read about Tea Brewing Tips
Tea drinking is a healthy lifestyle; tea drinking is a art. Do you like to learn stories and poetry of tea?
Read about Tea poems
Read about Tea Stories
The health benefits of tea-drinking have been well established and widely accepted for a very long time.
Read about The Health Benefits of Tea
Tea is not only a simple drink, but also a symbol of healthy lifestyle that has been passed from generation to generation in tea-loving Eastern countries.
Read about Healthy Living Report
The awareness of your body, mind and spirit can be cultivated through exercises.
Based on the theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), like blood travel in blood vessels to deliver nutrients to every cell of the human body, in the Meridian system, Qi flows to deliver the life-force, or energy, to each element of the human body.
Learn about the theory of Meridians system, the flow of Qi in your body:  Meridian System and the Flow of Qi
One way to enhance the Qi flow in your body is frequently stimulate Qi points. It can be done by yourself at home easily.
Learn the most important Qi points:  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
The work of art is the crystallization of a moment, a link between past and future, a bridge between individual and universal experience.
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Seven cups of tea
The tea poems of
Emperor Qianglong (乾隆)
A poem by Tomas Transtromer
Drinking Alone under the Moon (月下独酎)
Hard is the Way of the World (行路难)
Thoughts on a Tranquil Night (静夜思)
Featured Tea Accessories: Clay Tea Pots
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