Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony (Chinese: 無我茶) is a style of Chinese tea ceremony that encourages participants to forget about knowledge, wealth, and appearance to establish a group equality without prejudice. This concept of Wu-Wo is shown in the Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony.
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