Tea Tasting on the Spiritual Inland

As part of Book Week Scotland Ricefield Arts is hosting a traditional Chinese tea ceremony on December 2nd 2017, combined with specially selected texts from Chinese literature to enhance your tea experience. Read more below:

An experiential approach to Chinese tea tasting. From tea identification and processes from the moment the leaves are plucked from the tea plant, through withering, fermentation, oxidation, fixation, rolling, drying, to brewing into a beverage to be sipped and savoured. Short texts are selected to accompany each tea as dialogues to excite the palate. A relaxing one hour experience introducing the beauty of the Chinese tea aesthetic, not to be missed by tea lovers!

Please email clarinda@ricefield.org.uk to secure booking, as spaces are limited.

Competition | Design a Bookmark for Book Week Scotland

Send us a picture of your Chinese knotting charm bookmark design by 24th November and you could win a Ricefield goodie bag and 5% off your next order!

Order your Chinese knotting charms to get involved – only £1 with special discount code “BOOKWEEK14” – all you need is a strip of card with a hole punched at the bottom for your knotting charm!

Contact us now on info@ricefield.org.uk or 0141 548 6978 to order yours!

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Workshop | Book Week Scotland – Legends of China

Thank you to everyone who attended our lovely afternoon of storytelling. We hope you enjoyed learning about legends of China and making bookmarks for your own storybooks! 

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Celebrate Book Week Scotland with our free storytelling workshop with Fong Liu inspired by Chinese legends on Saturday 29th November from 2pm – 4pm at GoMA Library (Gallery of Modern Art (lower floor) Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AH)

Limited spaces available, so book your place now by contacting us on: info@ricefield.org.uk or 0141 548 6978

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