We have two sections, the first half to share the tea basics on tea's classification (green, black and oolong), tea bush, tea leaf and the process... So, JP did prepare the fresh tea leaves that cut from our little Azusa Tea Garden (in Azusa Mountain Cove), and also the samples of green tea, black tea and oolong tea for the attendees to examine and easy to learn. Our second half is to have the volunteers to come up to the stage to hands on preparing tea... Among the 6 Oolongs, Michael picks Amber Oolong to use Gaiwan type Travel tea set to make tea...; Agnes uses Travel Set "Tea for Two" to demo Jade Oolong...; and Jeff demos how to use Bamboo Whisk to prepare Micro-Green Tea 300 in a wine glass... They are making more teas to serve all our attendees in the class to enjoy a wonderful afternoon together. Please see the slideshow below:
We need to recognize Ginny Wu, a sophomore, who's the founder of this young club - Bruins for Taiwan... and also thank her and a few of core members there to help out for this event.
Oh, one more thing..., JP actually just returned from Taiwan at the previous night. In order .to keep her to overcome the jet lag... Leading the students to do a chanting isn't a bad idea.
Here is one video clip for your fun watching: