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Issuing time:2022-01-15 14:20







During the two Jin and Southern and Northern Dynasties, tea was known as a symbol of incorruptibility. At that time, some politicians who advocated Confucian culture put forward the political method of "keeping incorruptibility with tea" in order to combat the extravagance of the time. During the Wei and Jin Dynasties, the world was in turmoil, and the literati had no intention of governing the world, and gradually withdrew from the government, so how should these idle people pass the time?

There is only talk and talk, indulging in the landscape and talking about the way to govern the world with like-minded friends. So there are many banquets, and tea has become a thing to add to the fun. We may be curious that the feasting at that time was nothing more than the pleasure of wine. Think about it, drinking is not common, after all, there are very few people who don't get drunk for a few days. As for tea, it can replace alcohol and has the effect of keeping you awake. As a result, the literati turned their love for wine to tea.

With the development of society at that time, in the Han Dynasty when Confucianism prevailed, the tea drinking culture entered the field of culture. In the Tang Dynasty, when the economy and culture developed and prospered, the tea culture reached its heyday. At that time, the Tang Dynasty had a vast territory, the rulers of the Tang Dynasty focused on diplomacy, and the Silk Road brought tea to all parts of the world.

The imperial examination system at that time made the style of poetry prosperous, and the literati were also accustomed to being arty. They regarded tea drinking as a manifestation of elegance, and they specially turned the tea ceremony into a science. In such a prosperous period, it is difficult for tea culture to flourish. The writer Lu Yu also developed his own tea school theory, and promoted the tea art and tea ceremony thought to the public. His book The Classic of Tea is an epoch-making symbol - marking the heyday of tea culture. "The Classic of Tea" is not actually a tea ceremony, but a metaphor for aspirations. He integrated the poet's temperament and cultural thoughts into the tea culture, expressing his strong and elegant aspirations.

After thousands of years of development, tea culture has formed not only the way of drinking tea, but also various types of tea-related culture such as tea making skills, tea evaluation techniques, and tea tasting methods. In these processes, the unity of form and spirit is embodied.

So why do Chinese people love to drink tea? We should have an answer. Its essence is a cultural phenomenon formed in the long-term tea drinking activities. It contains the recollection of history and the pursuit of life. Today, when the pace of life is getting faster and faster, if you want to find a pure land for one's soul in the complicated world, tea tasting can achieve such a purpose.