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Tao Gu 陶穀 (903-970) on the art of tea


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1 hour ago, haresfur said:

Do they froth the tea like matcha in Japanese tea ceremony?


I don't know. I just thought people might be interested in my friend's translation.


Buit considering matcha and the "Japanese" tea ceremony both came from China (even the word is Chinese), I w ouldn't be surprised. I'm not a tea drinker, though.

...your dancing child with his Chinese suit.


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