Tea Bits

Tea and Memory

Tea and Memory

Posted by Selina Law on May 2nd 2020

Scientists used to think that brain connections developed at a rapid pace in the first few years of life until we reached our mental peak in our early twenties. Our cognitive abilities would l … read more
Cooking with Tea

Cooking with Tea

Posted by Selina Law on Apr 8th 2020

Since many of us are staying at home most of the time now and eating out (and maybe even taking out) really isn’t an option, we have found ourselves not only eating all our meals at home but als … read more
Korean Tea Service

Korean Tea Service

Posted by Selina Law on Mar 24th 2020

Different teas accompanied by different kinds of dessert made from glutinous rice. Just because pleasure and non-essential trips are now bad ideas, it doesn't mean that we can't experienc … read more
A Tea Trip to South Korea

A Tea Trip to South Korea

Posted by Selina Law on Feb 16th 2020

If you have eaten at a Korean restaurant, you had most likely tasted Korean barley tea (bori cha) made from roasted barley and water. Bori cha is probably the most commonly served “tea” in Korea … read more
Tea Culture in Kazakhstan

Tea Culture in Kazakhstan

Posted by Selina Law on Sep 5th 2019

This summer I got a chance to visit Kazakhstan, a landlocked country that has territory in both Asia and Europe. As the world’s ninth-biggest country, Kazakhstan has a population of about 18.6 m … read more