Talk:Taiwanese tea culture

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Advertisement?[edit]

Tea drinking in Taiwan is akin to the high art of wine tasting in the west, and tea drinkers will gladly pay a few thousand Taiwan dollars for a half kilogram of good tea leaves. Mountainside tea-art shops and restaurants offering open-air tea drinking, dining, and picturesque views have become favorite destinations for city-dwellers. Next time when you are drained by daily work, you can unwind yourself in a teahouse where you can indulge in the traditional culture of tea-art.

The italicized sentence sounds as if it were written by the bureau for Taiwanese tourism. It certainly makes me want to visit a Taiwanese teahouse, but I don't think it belongs in a Wikipedia entry. I'm deleting it, and if anyone is overtly and intolerably offended, they can add it back.

Link to Chinese tea ceremony[edit]

The Taiwanese variant is derived from Chinese - brought by immigrants during the Tang, Ming and later dynasties. 129.2.227.119 17:28, 28 August 2007 (UTC)

Link for Tea culture education[edit]

to have an internal wiki link under the See also to

icetea8 (talk) 02:28, 9 February 2011 (UTC)


Original research[edit]

... can be moved to the equivalent page on Tea Wikia [1]. Jackiespeel (talk) 21:50, 22 April 2012 (UTC)

Have copied the page here [2] - where it should get developed further in due course - so the WP article can be modified to taste. Jackiespeel (talk) 09:17, 9 May 2012 (UTC)