Malaysian tea art culture was cultivated from our daily life, through the relentless efforts in tea art promotions whereby we have unfolded the many facets of tea art culture trend.
Chinese tea has been harboring in Malaysian Chinese community for umpteen years. As a drink it acts as a catalyst in inspiring cultural exchange. In our modern society relationships has been indifferent and through the process of drinking and appreciation of tea, the interaction between people are enhanced. With it we are able to bring back the feelings (comfort and harmony) of yesteryears which have eluded us.
On the 28/4-02/05 -- Tea Cultural Expo wish once again through our festival theme “Chinese tea and painting” will let more people understand the Malaysian tea art and the goodness of “Malaysian Warehouse” tea. In collaboration with Guo Jia An, a young and skilful Malaysian Chinese brush painting artist. He will be narrating the history, root and development of Malaysian tea art culture through his Chinese brush painting illustrations with Liu Bao tea acting as the backdrop.
During this tea festival, all the participating tea vendors will be sharing their wealth of knowledge and expertise in tea brewing, drinking and appreciation. The objectives of amalgamating tea culture into our daily life, with the aim of helping ordinary people to master the skill of brewing great cups of tea and also the art of tea appreciation. Concurrently through tea art and its aesthetics promotes a new experience and lifestyle.