Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony - History

History

Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony began in Taiwan. Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute the founder of the “Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony”, has played an active part in the growth of this once small group from Taiwan (since 1991) into a now International Organization. Now Grand Master Tsai, Rong Tsang and Tea Arts Master Instructor Steven R. Jones are writing in English to help expose people to the joys of tea and to further extend the Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony.

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