Please join us for some very special events pertaining to the
THE ART OF TEA
You are warmly invited to attend the following events on campus focusing on tea, the second most consumed beverage in the world. They include a tea tasting/demonstration (Nov. 21), a colloquium on Chinese tea and history of tea and tea utensils in East Asia (Nov. 22), and two exhibitions of tea-related materials across the UC Davis campus. All are free and open to the public.
Nov. 21 Tea Tasting Demonstration with Tea Master Wingchi Ip
3:10- 5:00 PM, Sensory Theater, Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science. Reception to follow.
This demonstration of tea brewing and tasting, is led by Tea Master Wingchi Ip. The audience will be invited to view and ask questions as students from UC Davis’s first seminar tea, The Impact of Tea on Visual and Material Culture, learn about tea tasting and sensory issues.
Nov. 22 Colloquium on The Art of Tea
3:00- 5:00 PM Nelson Gallery
This colloquium features two talks: one by a tea master, the other by a tea scholar. Both will be enlightening.
Wingchi Ip, The Way(s) of Drinking Tea
This talk will explain how to select, brew, and taste teas, as well as throw light on the differences between the primary types of Chinese teas on the market: green, greenish, red, white, yellow and black.
Wingchi Ip is a Tea Master, tea scholar, artist, Director of Lock Cha Tea Shop, and a tea exporter and retailer from Hong Kong. He is serving or has served as Visiting Professor, Shu Ren University, Hangzhou; Visiting Lecturer, Wuyi University, Fujian; Visiting Artist, Chinese University of Hong Kong; and Director of China Tea Association.
Dr. Steven D. Owyoung, Drinking from the Dragon’s Well: An Introduction to the Tea Cultures of China, Korea, and Japan
In this talk, Dr. Owyoung presents the historical figures and events that inspired the evolution of tea from a tonic and beverage into a philosophical and spiritual pursuit. He reveals the influence of continental China – the major movements in tea – on peninsular Korea and the islands of Japan, highlighting the distinctive practices developed by each civilization. His richly illustrated lecture closely examines the aesthetic of tea and its impact on literary, monastic, and material culture from poetry and meditation to utensils and architecture.
Dr. Owyoung was a curator of Asian arts at the Fogg Art Museum and the Saint Louis Art Museum during a scholarly career spanning thirty-five years. Now retired, he writes on the history of tea – East and West – and is completing an introduction and translation of the Chajing 茶經, the Book of Tea by the Tang dynasty scholar Lu Yü. Owyoung periodically publishes essays on the websites Cha Dao and Tsiosophy.
Nov. 21 - Dec. 15 WIngchi Ip & the Art of Tea, Nelson Gallery, UC Davis
From the perspective of a Tea Master, this talk will explain how to select, brew, and taste teas, as well as throw light on the differences between the primary types of Chinese teas on the market: green, greenish, red, white, yellow and black.
Wingchi Ip is a Tea Master, tea scholar, artist, Director of Lock Cha Tea Shop, as well as a tea exporter and retailer from Hong Kong. He is serving or has served as Visiting Professor, Shu Ren University, Hangzhou; Visiting Lecturer, Wuyi University, Fujian; Visiting Artist, Chinese University of Hong Kong; and Director of China Tea Association.
Nov. 21 – Mar. 2014 Tea related materials from Special Collections, Shields Library
This exhibition includes a selection of rare and important books and illustrated materials from the A.W. Noling Hurty-Peck Collection of Beverage Literature in UC Davis’s Special Collections.
Please mark your calendars and be sure to join us!
- 2014 Spring Quarter STUDY HALL from Jun 06, 2014 01:00 PM to Jun 12, 2014 12:00 PM — 1271 Social Science & Humanities Building,
- Join us for a quiet, cool place to study. We will have our conference room stocked with refreshments during finals week beginning FRIDAY!
- KOREAN PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Gamin Hyosung Kang, P'IRI May 29, 2014 from 12:05 PM to 01:00 PM — Main Theatre, Wright Hall,
- Gamin Hyosung Kang will join the UC Davis Korean Percussion Ensemble which is led by director Katherine In-Young Lee. Currently in residence in New York on an Asian Cultural Council grant, Gamin Hyosung Kang is a classically trained p’iri (double reed instrument) player who has performed extensively in South Korea as a member of the National Gugak Center’s contemporary Korean music orchestra. She has recently collaborated with many Western classical, jazz, and experimental musicians in both Korea and the United States.
- Chinese Culture Day May 27, 2014 from 03:30 PM to 05:30 PM — Student Community Center, Multipurpose Room,
- Join student clubs and other participants to celebrate Chinese Culture!
- EAS End-of-Year Reception May 21, 2014 from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM — 2203 Social Science & Humanities,
- Join the East Asian Studies program faculty, staff, and students as we celebrate a great year for our program, and for many of our program participants!
- Safe Travel Abroad Workshop May 20, 2014 from 12:10 PM to 01:00 PM — South Hall, Room 114,
- Thinking about going abroad? Want to hear from a U.S. Ambassador on the subject? The Internship and Career Center (ICC) is hosting this very informative workshop.
- What Makes Chines Food So Delicious? May 20, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM — Student Community Center,
- hosted by the Confucius Institute at UC Davis.
- EAS Visiting Scholars talk on Chinese Film Studies May 01, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM — 273 Social Science & Humanities Building,
- Our current visiting scholars who are working on Chinese film studies will present their work during this noontime event. Everyone is welcome!
- Seminar on Chinese Grammar and Pedagogy of Advanced Chinese Apr 23, 2014 from 03:10 PM to 06:00 PM — 18A Olson Hall,
- EAS, EACL and Confucius Institute are co-sponsoring this event.
- Student Meet & Greet Apr 05, 2014 from 02:30 PM to 03:30 PM — 2203 Social Science & Humanities,
- Come meet the students of Economics, History & East Asian Studies for a Student Panel as part of UC Davis Decision Day
- Annual Chinese Lunar New Year Celebration Feb 06, 2014 from 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM
- INVITE ONLY! If you did not receive an email invitation regarding this event, please contact email@example.com for information.
- Frederik Schodt talk Jan 23, 2014 05:00 PM — Cruess Hall 220,
- Frederik Schodt, award-winning author, will present a talk on "Professor Risley and the Imperial Troupe: How an American acrobat introduced circus to Japan - and Japan to the West.
- Andrew Walder Talk Jan 21, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM — SSH 2203,
- Andrew Walder, Stanford University, will present a talk on Rebellion and Repression in China, 1966-1971
- The Art of Tea from Nov 21, 2013 03:00 PM to Nov 22, 2013 06:00 PM
- Shinya Maezaki talk Oct 08, 2013 from 04:10 PM to 05:30 PM — Everson 157,
- Shinya Maezaki of Ristumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, will present a talk on "San Francisco between 1858 and 1912: Gate fo Japanese Ceramics to the United States."
- Summer Abroad in China from Aug 12, 2013 09:15 AM to Sep 08, 2013 09:15 AM — China,
- Summer Session II Study Abroad
- Summer Abroad in Taiwan from Jun 27, 2013 09:20 AM to Jul 25, 2013 09:20 AM — Taiwan,
- The Great Rabbit Pet Boom of 1872 and Other Curious Cases from the Cultural History of Late 19th Century Japan May 29, 2013 from 12:10 AM to 01:30 PM — Andrews Conference Room SSH 2203,
- Presentation on Meiji-era Japan by Professor Kyu Hyun Kim.
- Lecture Professor Ronald Egan of Stanford Apr 08, 2013 from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM — Andrews Conf. Room, SSH 2203,
- Lecture: "Su Shi's Informal Letters in Literature and Life,"
- Tamara Bentley: "Late Ming Art and the Art Market: A Developmental and Comparative View". Feb 19, 2013 from 04:10 PM to 05:00 PM — Everson 157,
- An Investigation into the connection between economic developments in late Ming China and the paintings and prints of the time.
- Wagner Goes East: Chinese Interaction with Europe's Opera Feb 11, 2013 from 04:10 PM to 05:25 PM — Olson 53A,