VIETNAMESE WOMEN DRINK TEA
QUAI BRANLY MUSEUM

Annam
1894

THE WAY OF TEA IN VIETNAM
“PROFESSIONAL TEA”

“Chuyên trà”

The way to drink tea was formed from the Le Trung Hung dynasty and perfected in the Nguyen dynasty. Tea drinkers are picky about kettles, cups, super, ovens, developing an understanding of various types of tea, focusing on the skill of making a good cup of tea. See it as an ethical practice that fosters a leisurely lifestyle.

DRINKING TEA AND TEACHING

Nguyễn Siêu
1853

NHẬT DỤNG THƯỜNG ĐÀM BOOK – 1798

專茶

“CHUYÊN TRÀ” – NAME OF TRADITIONAL VIETNAM TEA WAY
“TRADITIONAL SCHOLARY”

“bác cổ”

“We believe history is worthy of a teacher, ancient experiences containing valuable knowledge as a reward for the cautious curious. Taking it lightly or being superficial only makes us arrogant, boastful, accepting, and bewildered.”

FEMALE

Tonkin
1880s