Besides enjoying tea, I also enjoy listening to jazz. Given that fancy hotel tearooms seem to pipe...Read More
When I was young, I used to love watching Chinese period dramas that involve an emperor drinking poisoned wine from a magic (usually sparkly) goblet and miraculously not die because of the mysterious properties of the goblet.
My tea journey started out as a solitary one, and it is still very much so in many ways. However, through the wonders of social media – and T Ching, of course – I now know that there are others like me. I’m not implying that tea lovers are mutants
These days, whenever I travel, I scout for tea places to hang out in. One of my favorite overseas tea spots is Hojo Tea in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I’ve been there four times so far.
“Come, let us have some tea and continue to talk of happy things.” – Chaim Potok
Little India is a South Asian neighborhood in Singapore that dates all the way back to the 19th century where early Indian immigrants lived.