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Author: Wen Zheng;
Page: 158
Publication Date: 01/2012
ISBN: 7546122619,9787546122618
Series: Chinese Red
Table of Contents
茶俗与茶具的发展
The Development of Tea Customs and Teawares
唐代以前的茶俗与茶具
Tea Customs and Teawares before the Tang Dynasty
唐代的茶俗与茶具
Tea Customs and Teawares in the Tang Dynasty
宋代的茶俗与茶具
Tea Customs and Teawares in the Song Dynasty
元代的茶俗与茶具
Tea Customs and Teawares in the Yuan Dynasty
明清时期的茶俗与茶具
Tea Customs and Teawares in the Ming and the Qing Dynasties
各种材质的老茶具
Ancient Teawares of Different Materials
瓷茶具
Porcelain Teawares
紫砂茶具
Purple Clay Teasets
金银茶具
Gold and Silver Teawares
琉璃茶具
Glass Teawares
漆茶具
Lacquer Teawares
锡茶具
Tin Teawares
珐琅茶具
Enamel Teawares
玉石茶具
Jade Teawares
竹木茶具
Bamboo—wood Teawares
果壳茶具
Nutshell Teasets
老茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Ancient Teawares
瓷茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Porcelain Teawares
紫砂茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Purple Clay Teasets
金属茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Metal Teawares
漆茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Lacquer Teawares
竹木茶具的收藏与保养
Storage and Maintenance of Bamboo—wood Teawares
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众所周知,中国是茶的故乡。茶树原本是一种野生的植物,最初人类并不知道它的功能与用途。新石器时代晚期,中国人最早发现了茶叶并开始了饮茶的历史。
China is well-known as the hometown of tea. The tea tree was originally a wild plant and people did not know its
functions and uses at the beginning. In the late stage of the Neolithic Period, Chinese people were the first to discover tea and thus began the history of tea drinking.
There is a legend about the origin of the tea custom. It is said that in the primitive society about 5000 years ago,
there was Shen Nong, a leader of a Central Plains tribe. He invented ploughs and plowshares for farming and taught people to grow food. He was the first to discover herbal medicine and help people to heal wounds. Naturally, Shen Nong was also the first person to discover tea. He found out that this plant was not only delicately scented, but also had the function of thirsty quenching, mind refreshing, urine inducing and detoxicating...This is just a legend, but it reflects the fact that Chinese people discovered and used tea thousands of years ago.
People began to settle down and make potteries in the era of Shen Nong. At that time, they only realized the
medicinal value of tea, so they often simply chewed them. Therefore, there was no teaware for special use then.
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