1. Qibao, Shanghai, China.
We are on a constant quest to find traditional teahouses in China, not just because we love Tea but because it is in the tea houses hidden at the end of dark alleys where you meet the grandparents of Chinas’ iPad-toting teenagers passing their evenings over pots of flower tea.
Unfortunately, a lot of the Chinese youth seem to think that these teahouses are non-existent. But, if you look in the right places, you always find the right things.

    Qibao, Shanghai, China.

    We are on a constant quest to find traditional teahouses in China, not just because we love Tea but because it is in the tea houses hidden at the end of dark alleys where you meet the grandparents of Chinas’ iPad-toting teenagers passing their evenings over pots of flower tea.

    Unfortunately, a lot of the Chinese youth seem to think that these teahouses are non-existent. But, if you look in the right places, you always find the right things.

    1 year ago  /  4 notes

    1. ticklethespider reblogged this from openeyestobeginjourney and added:
      sudden craving for chrysanthemum tea and an asian cup. ):
    2. openeyestobeginjourney posted this