Searching for China’s Ancient Tea Leaves

(orchestral music) – [Narrator] Tea is the most popular drink in the world. And there are countless ways we make and consume it. But if you want to drink tea in the oldest way we still know of, you’ll first need to hike deep into the remote Tea Mountains of Continue Reading

This Family’s 100-year-old Thunder Tea Rice Recipe

[Gentle music playing] [In Mandarin] Bi Hua: We used to stay at old Lim Chu Kang and we had a huge plantation. We used to be poor and did not go to the market. We grew our own vegetables. We would sing while watering the plants. Bi Zhen: It was Continue Reading

How Coffee Overtook Tea In Taiwan

Taiwan is historically associated with tea. It’s flush with tea farms growing oolong and stores selling bubble tea. But there’s a new caffeinated beverage that has taken the island by storm. In the past two decades, Taiwan has become an uncanny breeding ground for a dynamic coffee scene. Now it’s Continue Reading

Taoist Master on Power of Mindfulness – Beginners Guide to Meditation | Tea Time Taoism

so I haven’t actually mentioned this on the channel before but when I finished University and started the channel it was a real time of uncertainty for me I didn’t really know what I supposed to be doing or whether the channel was a good idea and I had abundant Continue Reading

Wu Wei: Ancient Secrets to Effortless Living | Tea Time Taoism

The secrets of spontaneity captivated ancient China, their greatest philosophers, Confucius, Lao Tze, Zhuangzi, Mencius were all said to radiate effortless charisma, in a state of being known as Wu-Wei. Imagine what life would be like, Wouldn’t it be awesome to glow like them? but given you and I are Continue Reading


Finding The Largest Tea Tree In The World (WILD: Episode 1)

Had to put away the fancy cameras- because they don’t want the security guards to know. *coughs* I just ate a bug. We have just left the city and are driving 10 hours west to Ailao mountains, where we will be hiking to a 2,700-year-old tea tree. Now tea is Continue Reading

Tea Story

Welcome everybody to The Korea Society. It’s our honor and privilege to introduce Doctor Roy Kim, President of the Hagajae Museum in Korea. Dr. Kim majored in biochemical engineering at Seoul National University. He then studied oriental medicine at Kyung Hee University during which he developed a keen interest in Continue Reading

Taoism (Daoism) Explained + How it Could Improve Your Life – Tea Time Taoism

Daoism is an ancient Chinese philosophy and religion dating back 2,500 years with the writing of the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tze. You can think about the Tao Te ching as the bible for Daoism. Dao literally means the path or way Welcome to the Wudang Mountains, the sacred Continue Reading