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We love tea – and we love people who love tea. Whether you're a curious beginner or a diehard tea fanatic, we have events to suit your level of connoisseur-ism and palate. Our events range from casual cuppas, yum cha and high tea to more formal tea tastings, workshops and experimental tea degustation.
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- Lunar New Year: Toggles, Tea Ceremony and Snack TastingChau Chak Wing Museum, Camperdown, NSAUD 68.00
China Gallery Curator Dr Shuxia Chen will lead a short highlights tour of the exhibition Chinese Toggles: Culture in Miniature showing examples of Chinese toggles revealing the culture of Chinese food and drink.
Then, explore the world of Chinese tea culture, philosophy and tradition in this Chinese tea ceremony and tasting. Tea master Raymond Leung, from Zensation Tea House, will lead a tea ceremony allowing all your senses to fully appreciate the complex nuances of different Chinese teas and principles behind the ceremony. A selection of auspicious Lunar New Year snacks will accompany the tea.
Cost is $68
Tickets through Eventbrite
Please note a 'yes' RSVP does not confirm your place. You must book and pay through the link above.
- Midweek Meetup: White Rabbit GalleryWhite Rabbit Gallery, Chippendale, NS
Contemporary Chinese art gallery White Rabbit has a lovely little teahouse on its ground floor. Come meet for dumplings and a cuppa before/after a visit to the (free) exhibition.
EXHIBITION: A BLUEPRINT FOR RUINS
Beneath the glossy surface of progress lurks a simmering undercurrent of violence. Cities tear themselves apart to make way for towering skyscrapers and gleaming high-rises. However, in this bright new world, one question arises: where have all the people gone? Streets devoid of life and vacant apartment blocks stand as haunting reminders of an abandoned dream. Like solemn tombs from a long-lost civilisation, these forgotten monuments silently bear witness to the cost of rapid urbanisation, where each new creation necessitates the destruction of another.
Cost: Buy your own tea/food (see menu and prices)
Image credit: 'Drunken Dance Hall' by Chen Wei