Dr Yupin Chung: Tea Under A Willow Tree, Glasgow Art Club
(Image credit: Courtesy of Thomas Jacobi)
Thursday, 27 September, 2018 – 6 p.m.
Glasgow Art Club, 185 Bath Street, G2 4HU
Abstract: Chinese symbols are embodied in daily life. Tea signifies harmony, respect, purity, tranquillity, rejuvenation, refreshment and contentment. There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into the world of the contemplation of life. This illustrated talk explores the significance of the practice of tea drinking and the popularity of teahouses from China and Japan.
Speaker Biography: Dr Yupin Chung is a curator, art historian and Chair of The Seven Strings – Tea Connoisseur Society based in Glasgow.
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