Availability: Chinese learners who have interest in traditional Chinese culture
According to popular legend, tea was discovered by the Chinese emperor Shen Nong in 2737 B.C. when a leaf fell into a pot of water he was boiling. Tea has been deeply rooted in Chinese history and culture ever since that fateful day. In this course, you will discover:
Every time when I saw a Chinese tea master preparing tea with skilled and graceful techniques behind the table, I was a little intimidated. However, I wanted to know more. My time at Hanbridge Mandarin has given me a better understanding of tea culture and a bigger appreciation for China.
Singapore | Mdm Chiew KF
After working for several years in China, I’m used to sipping excellent tea but had no idea how to make it or identify it. My friends at Hanbridge Mandarin proved to be excellent guides for my journey to becoming a "tea master."
America | Sue Huang