Category Archives: tourism

How BiLuoChun is made

How BiLuoChun is made on Chái Lín Jūn’s tea farm picking, sorting, sha qing, rolling, drying, sipping QingMing, April 5th 2014

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Yixing we are coming back

Just about one week to go and we’ll be back in Yixing just in time for this years tea season. I plan to pick and make as much tea as I can and I might post about it here too … Continue reading

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Stone Mill Tribute pot

Yesterday I wrote about stone mills for clay and I just thought of a picture I took a while back in the little teapot museum inside Zisha Factory No.1 Item name: ShiMoHu / 石磨壶 Artist: WangYuMei / 王玉美

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Dragon Kiln

in How zisha clay teapots are made [part 3] near the end I wrote something like “just needs to dry out for a while and off it goes to the oven” and some of you might have wondered what oven … Continue reading

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Yixing is truly the chinese pottery capital

To get a few impressions have a look at this video. I hope you enjoy it. For all of you who can’t visit this beautiful city and its famous pottery market you can find some interesting links on the right … Continue reading

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