Oct 06, 2012 | 06:30PM - 09:30PM
Join us for this traditional Asian cultural holiday. It is said the moon is most round and brightest during this time which symbolizes reunion. Moon Cakes and Chinese hors d’oeuvres are often served with tea on this holiday. Come for moon gazing, performances and learn the significance Moon Cakes play in Chinese history.
Please bring your own Asian tea cup to sample “various types” of teas and a stand- alone candle/ lantern for evening light. All proceeds will benefit the Asian Cultural Society (Chinese New Year event).
*Learn the difference between the various categories of teas.
*Tea brewing demonstration and cookware discussion
*Understand the difference between store bought tea and high quality loose tea.
*Discover the health benefits and medicinal uses of tea.
*How is tea used as a nutritional medicine and TCM herbal medicine?
*Learn tea etiquette and customs
*Other information based on Dr. Kwong's latest medical article published in medical journal.
Cost: $20.00 per person with worksheet provided
RSVP: Center for Integrated Medicine @ 625-4246
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