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Museum of Tea Ware organises demonstration on Chinese tea drinking

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Many people love tea drinking, for its refreshing scent and the elegant tea wares that go with the tea. Moreover, the endless and yet interesting knowledge about tea also drive people's indulgence in it.

To further promote tea drinking in Hong Kong, the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware (Museum of Tea Ware) will continue organising demonstrations and lecture talks in this regard. This Saturday (March 8), the Museum of Tea Ware will again organise a demonstration on Chinese tea drinking at the Activities Hall, Ground Floor, The K. S. Lo Gallery, from 2 pm to 4 pm. The demonstration will introduce the classification of tea, the production process of tea, tea growing areas in China, the basic utensils for tea brewing and major tea brewing methods. While learning the knowledge and the art in tea drinking, participants will find themselves relaxed in a comfortable environment where they can taste the tea made by themselves.

The demonstration will be conducted in English by Mr Yip Wing-chi. Admission is free. Interested parties are advised to call 2869 0690 for enrollment while quota lasts.

The Museum of Tea Ware is located at 10 Cotton Tree Drive, Central, Hong Kong (inside Hong Kong Park).

End/Wednesday, March 5, 2003

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