Cha Cha Cha – tea blog migrates here!

I had a site called Cha-cha-cha – all about tea. Cha    Chai    Tea  It gets into you. Worlds open. The tea blog was not being looked after much so I’ve incorporated it into my personal blog site. Here’s how I had described it: My experience of tea may occur in Vancouver but a sip of…

Meaning of Tea Documentary

This looks fantastic! Can’t wait to see…. The Meaning of Tea is a 74-minute documentary film that explores the calm and purposeful life of tea. The film is a tea-inspired journey that celebrates the history, rituals, spirituality and simple, pure enjoyment of tea through the eyes of tea lovers in places where tea is revered-from…

Tea Haiku

Walking in the rain I stop outside your teashop Steamed windows: pu’ehr

World Tea Party at Centre A

After watching the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremonies on telly at home, James and I stepped out to see what was going on in the neighbourhood. We saw the large projections on the Centre A windows right away: tea pots,  an Asian woman having tea, other tea images. Yes, it was the opening night for…

Paul Muldoon and Stephen Colbert read TEA

Poet Paul Muldoon and Stephen Colbert read his poem “Tea” on the Colbert Report last night, making it the number one poem in America. In Canada you can see it here. In US it is here.