[Explanation] As the saying goes, the number of teahouses in the world is China, and the number of teahouses in China is Sichuan. Chengdu Teahouse is known as "Teahouse crowns the world." A cup of gaiwan tea is "standard." With the growth of "post-80s" and "post-90s", tea culture has gradually gained a new "climate", bringing new friends to old tea friends.

  For young people, drinking tea is more like a social and leisure way that elders choose, and the inheritance and spread of tea culture will inevitably require the injection of "fresh blood". In 2019, several "post-90s" graduates majoring in tea science established a tea workshop in Chengdu. From the perspective of young people, the main method of teaching tea culture is to connect young people with tea. Harvest a new way of life.

  [Concurrent] Tea Teacher Konoha

  The connection between tea and us may be more direct, so we use tea as a "door", and after entering it, we will experience a life of Chinese aesthetics that is very close to traditional Chinese culture. Of a systematic course. We hope that through such a simpler and more contemporary way, young people can like tea. He needs to be in touch before it is possible to understand in depth. Only with in-depth understanding can this culture be passed on.

  [Explanation] The decoration of the studio is simple and clear. At first glance, it seems to have nothing to do with tea, but it has attracted many young people in their 20s and 30s to study in a year. Konoha said that fast-paced life always brings some impetuosity, and many young people want to find a time and space to "be quiet". At the same time, being close to the current lifestyle of young people and adding interest in the process of tasting and making tea are also important factors that can attract people.

  [Concurrent] Tea Teacher Konoha

  I think the fun of tea drinking is something we mention less now, because culture is not lacking in the current tea-drinking environment, but simple drinking tea and happily drinking tea are what we advocate. We may also have some contemporary works and contemporary art in this. Secondly, I think the way of drinking tea can be very contemporary. For example, we used to drink hot tea, but now we can drink tea cold or even (can) ice.

  [Explanation] A tea room in Dongmen City, Chengdu is more focused on the creation of tea space and tea quality. Upon entering the space, the first thing you see is a variety of tea utensils with a modern sense without losing the traditional style, as well as display stands for various types of tea from different origins. The overall environment can be elegant and quiet, but also bright and lively, which attracts many young people to experience it.

  [Concurrent] Que Dan, person in charge of a tea room

  Our tea space has both the display of tea utensils and the sale of our various teas. At the same time, we can also experience, taste and taste different teas in our space. We also have a kind of tea culture promotion, which is to let these tea friends who come to our space understand some of the brewing methods of these different teas and some of the culture behind them.

  [Explanation] Que Dan said that Chinese tea is divided into six categories: green tea, black tea, white tea, dark tea, clear tea, and yellow tea. The brewing methods vary depending on the region. The tea making technique she showed on the spot originated from Gongfu tea from Chaoshan area. Que Dan hopes to attract more young people to participate through the diversity of the tea culture itself. For this reason, they occasionally launch popular experience activities.

  [Concurrent] Que Dan, person in charge of a tea room

  Because we will often do some tea party activities on a regular basis, some may be tasting certain teas, some of our experience in incense and Taoism, and some training or experience of baking porcelain craftsmanship. Now it is easier for young people to accept that it is beautiful, simple, fast, convenient, and can drink a cup of very good and quality tea.

  Yang Yudian reports from Chengdu, Sichuan

Editor in charge: 【Luo Pan】