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茶道艺术是车子,修身与处事是车道/蔡荣章/20170825

 

茶道艺术是车子,修身与处事是车道

蔡荣章

 

1.茶道艺术是技术与艺术构成的车子。

2.车子由底盘(技术)与车厢(艺术)构成。

3.茶道艺术由泡茶技术与艺术构成。

4.各种艺术(如音乐、绘画、舞蹈—-)是各款的车子。

5.各种艺术的“修身与处事功能”是车道。

6.车道是各款车子都可以走的道路。

7.茶道艺术不是由“泡茶技术”和“修身处事功能”组成,也就是说不是由“底盘”与“车道”组成(然而是很多人对“茶道艺术”的误解)。

8“技术”加“艺术”的“茶道艺术”,如同音乐、绘画、文学一样,自然可以走出它自己的“修身处事功能”。

20170825现代茶道思想网专栏

下图:作者蔡荣章,漳州科技学院茶文化研究中心主任

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2015-05-23小壶茶法课.蔡荣章.中国茶叶学会主办

中国茶叶学会主办 .蔡荣章.主讲
小壶茶法课
2015-05-23举行

蔡荣章小壶茶法课

1.十大泡茶法
2.茶具摆置
3.水的认识
4.水温
5.茶具与泡茶的关系
6.置茶量
7.浸泡时间
8.泡茶动作
9.四大茶类泡茶练习
10.茶汤欣赏
11.车轮式泡茶练习

 

 

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無我茶會Sans Self Tea Gathering (Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony-Chapter 11 Pre-event Preparation and Things that Matter to the Organizer -蔡荣章Rong-tsang Tsai

《無我茶會Sans Self Tea Gathering (Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony)180條》

蔡荣章著Author:Rong-tsang Tsai

ISBN 978-957-9690-08-9,“无我茶会Sans Self Tea Gathering(Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony) 180” ,First edition: 1999.9, Second edition: 2010.9.《无我茶会180条》,1999.9第一版,2010.9第二版.台北陆羽茶艺股份有限公司.2012.05.20修订版.-English Translator : Katherine Yip,英语翻译:叶德明.

Chapter 11 Pre-event Preparation and Things that Matter to the Organizer 蔡荣章Rong-tsang Tsai

144. The opportune time for a Sans Self Tea Gathering

  1. For Learning:  As a channel for those who want to familiarize themselves with the Way of Tea.
  2. For Personal Improvement: As an invaluable opportunity for the betterment of oneself.
  3. For Highlighting Seasonal Changes: As a reminder of the changes in nature in tune with the seasonal cycle, e.g. when maple leaves turn red, when snow falls deep in the night, when plum blossoms are in full bloom….
  4. For Celebration: As a form of celebration, be it wedding anniversary, special anniversaries, career promotion, windfall, and any other occasions that call for celebration.
  5. For Commemoration:  As an occasion dedicated to a special day; to bid farewell or to pay tribute to someone.
  6. For Promotion: As a great platform to introduce the idea of Sans Self Tea Gathering and encourage more people to join.

145. How should we name a Sans Self Tea Gathering

With the exception of Sans Self Tea Gatherings organized for the sake of practice, each gathering could be given a name for easy reference and a clear focus on the theme. It should reflect the objective – for example, ‘New Leaves of Spring” Sans Self Tea Gathering held in a budding beech-maple forest as a reminder of the arrival of spring; ‘Breaking Dawn’ Sans Self Tea Gathering for sharing the experience of a moment at daybreak; or ‘Familial Bonding’ Sans Self Tea Gathering held on Mother’s Day to reiterate the strong tie between parents and children.

146. Reconnaissance

It is important for the Organizer to carry out a field visit before or after decision is made on the venue. This will shed light on the following:

a. How many people can the place accommodate? What kind of seating plan should be adopted? How flexible it is with regard to the number of seats?

b. Contingency plan for rainy day or bad weather

c. Routes, aisles and registration counter on site

d. Position of the audio console and amplifiers and sound effect, if required

e. Arrangement for the arrival of participants and parking

f. Facilities including lavatories

g. Movement and traffic of non-participants and possible crowd interruption

h. Control of lighting for evening event

i. Location for post-event group photo session

j. What kind of ‘Post-event Activities’ can be lined up?

k. How large should the signage be? Is it necessary to prepare some directional signs for the venue?

147.  Which tasks are to be handled by specific personnel during the preparation and when the tea gathering is in progress?

The ‘Task List’ featured in the ‘Notification’ ensures that the persons involved are aware of their respective tasks and their contribution to successful event organization acknowledged. This ‘simplified’ way of announcement does away with separate notification and printing materials.

The ‘Task List’ details the tasks before and during a Sans Self Tea Gathering, and those responsible for these tasks. The list would include: The Organizer, the Convener, Venue Committee (which handles seat arrangement, seat number plates, seating plans, directional signs and audio setup, etc); General Affairs Committee (which is responsible for signing-in, time-synchronizing, drawing of lots, distributing tea cups for onlooking guests and stamping of passbook, etc); Networking Committee (which helps participants get to know each other and welcomes members of the media); Social Committee (which takes care accommodation, dining, transportation and health concerns of participants, especially overseas participants, as well as taking charge of on-site order and security); Record Committee (which is in charge of video filming, photography and recording of the Tea Gathering); Post-tea Activities Committee (which organizes post-tea activities);and Post-event Activities Committee (which is responsible for the arrangement of post-event photo session and post-event activities).

148. Who are the members of the Organizing Committees?

It would be ideal to have participants helping out. This way, they can move on to brew tea with the others when their tasks are completed.  However, large-scale Sans Self Tea Gatherings would require video recording crew and photographers.  It may also call for a dedicated service desk to attend to urgent matters throughout the event, or security personnel keeping order at the venue.  In these cases, it is necessary to hire professional assistance.

149. How to inform participants of the procedure of the tea gathering (preparation of the ‘Notification’)

Prior to a Sans Self Tea Gathering, each participant will receive a ’Notification’. Besides the ‘Task List’, the ’Notification’ also specifies the following: name (theme) of the tea gathering, date and time, venue, number of participants, matters pertaining to brewing  (including number of cups to be served, number of teas to be brewed and rounds of brewing), serving method (including the parties to be served, and whether onlookers are to be served), seating arrangement, post-event activities, procedure of the tea gathering and the contingency plans for rain and wet weather.

The procedure should specify both the ‘time’ and ‘procedure’, including the starting time of venue set up, participants signing-in, tea ware appreciation and networking session, brewing, post-tea activities, packing up, group photo session, post-event activities as well as the end of the post-event activities.

Inclusion of the name of companies, organizations or political parties; occasion; trade name of teas and the tea production areas in the name of Sans Self Tea Gatherings is considered inappropriate. The same goes with tea gatherings dedicated to a particular type of tea. The exception would be tea gatherings held in memory of or as a tribute to a person. This is to ensure that the tea gatherings would not be abused and turned into advertising time.

In principle, there should not be any restrictions with regard to the choice of tealeaves, unless for special reasons, such as for commemorative tea gatherings. In such cases, non-commercialized names such as ‘non-fermented teas’ or ‘post-fermented teas’ could be included in the name of the gathering.

As for ‘other agreed-upon matters’, there should not be any restrictions on the tea ware and brewing method, as well as particular style of clothing.

  Sans Self Tea Gathering: Notification                                                              No:

Name of the Tea Gathering

Date and Time

Venue

Venue                      (for rainy weather)

No. of participants

No. of types of tea

Number of cups

No. of brews for each tea

Serving method

Other agreed-upon matters

Post-tea activities

Post-event activities

Procedure

Task list

Venue set-up begins

The Organizer

Participants registration and seating allocation begins

The Convener

Followed by

‘Tea ware and networking’ session begins

Venue Committee

Brewing begins

Signing-in Committee

After the last brew has been taken ’Post-tea’ activities begin

Lot Drawing Committee

Followed by

Packing up

Networking Committee

Followed by

Group photo session

Social Committee

’Post-event’ activities begin

Record Committee

’Post-event’ activities end

Post-tea Activities Committee

Post-event Activities Committee

‘Pre-event briefing and tea-brewing practice’

Date, time, venue and instructor

Person in Charge

Telephone No.

E-mail

(Contact information of The Organizer)

150. How could we explain to participants the spirit and procedure of the tea gathering (Organizing the ‘Pre-event Briefing’)

Enabling participants to fully understand the spirit and procedure is a prerequisite to a successful Sans Self Tea Gathering. Information about Sans Self Tea Gathering may have been imparted during tea culture classes; however, it is absolutely necessary to host a ‘Pre-event Briefing’ for first-time participants. While the participating groups may brief their members, dedicated briefings could also be put together by the Organizer.  Such ‘Pre-event Briefings’ should be clearly stated in the ‘Notification’, along with details of the date, time, venue and instructor.

It will be best if demonstration and practice could be arranged besides verbal presentation during the Pre-event Briefing.  Tea ware could be brought along by the participants attending the training, or provided by the party responsible for the training.  However, participants must bring along their own tea ware when they attend the Sans Self Tea Gathering, after which they can use the tea ware in their daily lives.

151. How to make sure preparation is in place before the tea gathering? (The use of ‘Task Checklist’)

Prepare a checklist with details of each task for pre-event preparation to avoid  oversight.

         Sans Self Tea Gathering: Task Checklist

NO.          Description           Remarks  Checked

1

Venue Planning

2

Notification (including details of each task)

3

Pre-event Briefing

4

Audio Equipment

5

Signage (name of the tea gathering, directional signs, etc)

6

Number of Participants and Seat Control (projection of absentees)

7

Seating and Serving non-brewing participants

8

Seat Number Plates

9

Venue Boundary Markers

10

Seating Plan

11

Sign-in Book at the Registration Counter

12

Paper Strips for seat numbers and signing

13

Time Synchronizing Tools

14

Identification Tags

15

Venue Coordination

16

Guest Reception and Social Networking

17

Post-tea Activities

18

Post-event Activities

19

Post-event Venue Clear-up

20

Announcement and Briefing at the Group Photo Session

21

Contingency Measures for rainy weather

22

Cup Position Indication Plan for a commemorative Sans Self Tea Gathering

23

Cups for the Onlookers

24

Distribution of Promotional Leaflets

25

Coordination with the Presenter

26

Keeping Order at the Venue

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

 

152. Record of the Tea Gathering

Compile a record of the Sans Self Tea Gathering for each ‘Organizer’. Each record should include basic information about the tea gathering, registry, key photos or video recording.

Revise, amend and make addition to the original ‘Notification’ to come up with the basic information about the tea gathering.  Affix the signed strips of paper in a book according to the order of the numbers to produce a registry.

153. How to control the number of participants

The Organizer should have kept a detail record of each participant’s name, organization and contact telephone number, regardless of the fact the person registers on his own, or as part of a group. A rough estimate on the number of participants does not suffice. Furthermore, information of participants will have to be verified one by one when the date of the tea gathering draws near. Identification tags, if used, can be issued to the individuals once the personal information is confirmed to alleviate the workload at the registration counter on the day of the tea gathering.

If participants have to pay to attend the tea gathering, try to collect the fees prior to the tea gathering when they sign up, and issue identification tags accordingly when payment is made. The Organizer must think of a way to make it convenient for participants to make payment beforehand; payment on the spot is not only likely to cause delay but also makes it hard for the Organizer to control the number of participants.

154. How much time should be allocated to each step of the procedure?

Time allocated for signing in depends on the number of participants and tasks involved. A large gathering would require more time (in this case, the Organizer may consider setting up a few lot drawing stations). A paid event with an extensive task list and accommodates on-the-spot registration (whereby participants did not sign up before the day) will naturally call for longer time; all the more if cups for onlookers are to be distributed to the participants when they sign in. As such, time allocated for signing-in needs to be adjusted accordingly. Nevertheless, try to finish it within half an hour even if it is a tea gathering with a thousand participants – otherwise, the entire tea gathering may seem to drag on too long.

For the duration for the ‘Tea ware Appreciation and Networking’ session, the Organizer may want to consider the number of participants and if they know each other well.  If the group is small, and degree of familiarity high, it does not require a long time – 20 minutes or less for not more than 50 people is about right. If participants are not familiar with each other, and come from different countries or regions, the duration may be extended to 30 minutes. However, if there are hundreds of participants from overseas, it is not practical to calculate the allocated time on this basis as appreciating tea ware alone may take up a lot of time. Try to limit the duration to 50 minutes to avoid having the tea gathering last for too long.  For a tea gathering with 20 to 30 friends who get together often, a 10-minute session is good enough; ‘sitting quietly’ for a few minutes could be an alternative.

For a tea gathering serving three rounds of tea, 20 minutes would be enough for brewing and serving. This could be extended to 30 minutes if the gathering serves four rounds of tea, two each to onlooking guests and fellow participants.  The environment rather than the ‘number of people’ is a major factor in this case.  For example, it will require a longer duration if the tea gathering takes place at a scenic spot with more space in between seats; by the same token, the duration could be shortened if the tea gathering is held indoors in a small, enclosed venue.

Five minutes could be the norm for the duration of ‘Post-tea activities’ regardless of the number of participants – a duration any longer than this may undermine the impact of the ‘beauty of the void’ after tea is served and taken.

For a tea gathering with no more than 50 participants, allocate five minutes for packing up. Make it ten minutes if there are more than a hundred participants.

All in all, a Sans Self Tea Gathering should be over in an hour regardless of the number of participants. We do not encourage one that drags on – for an exceptionally large-scale event, it should not exceed two hours.

155. How to identify participants of a Sans Self Tea Gathering?

Identification is not a cause for concern among a small group of friends meeting up for a Sans Self Tea Gathering.  However, it becomes a reason to worry if the tea gathering is meant for a large crowd, or participants unfamiliar with each other. Use identification tags which have the added benefits of breaking the ice among strangers.

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品茗馆茶谱的分类及定价-20130408周一喝茶慢-许玉莲

品茗馆茶谱的分类及定价

许玉莲

20130408周一喝茶慢MONDAY SLOW TEA

每家品茗馆都有必要建立自己的茶谱,如果没有茶谱,消费者要怎么点茶呢?那是方便消费者了解经营特色以及提供什么茶的推介册子,口头相传或随机应变地供应茶品也无不可,但拥有稳定的茶谱较能贯彻始终品茗馆提出的风格,消费者也相对容易投入情感而追随。它还不止于这个作用,茶谱更是泡茶师向大众宣示他喝茶主张的一种方式,如泡茶师对茶叶的思考以及擅长,采何种态度取舍,都可以成为品茗馆之“秘密武器”令消费者建立信心。消费者可凭茶谱就阅读得出泡茶师是否有花心思,或他们所下的苦功、用心之处是否到位。

茶谱应包括什么内容?以下如:选用什么茶、要如何泡如何喝、茶食是怎样的搭配、采用何种茶具、哪位泡茶师掌席、茶会时间多长等都可列入成为基本元素。茶谱,是为喝茶者很好地规划出来的一个小型茶会的进行方程式,好比如琴师有了琴谱,他就可以依着琴谱奏出动人音乐这样子。我们鼓励泡茶师有个性地开自己想要的品茗馆,找一些喜欢喝的好茶,将之冲泡出来与人们分享,茶谱可按照泡茶师的理想去选茶以及创作茶汤作品,没有必要规定须提供所谓的四大类、六大类或八大类茶才能做茶谱。

经营或行销上述茶谱有几种类别可参考:一.就时间长短来制作:将茶谱分成四十分钟与一百分钟两类,消费者依需要而选择,任何一种茶都可以放进来这里,泡茶师只需调整茶法。我们主张每一场品茗会都应在二小时以内结束,再高兴也无需延长,不是说举办品茗会的时间越长就代表你越懂茶越爱茶的,喜欢茶的人要在泡茶喝茶时投入、专注才有效。时间太长的茶会,未免影响生活其他事情,也显得喝茶者有点懒散和贪婪。

四十分钟茶谱适合人们隔一、两天就进来一次,做完工作后、晚餐散步经过、或不为什么就愉快地品几道茶,心满意足后再继续生活。一百分钟茶谱适合五人以上的品茗。只有二、三人也可以要一百分钟吗?当然可以,那是预备要品赏得更深入的了。

二.就消费者茶龄来制作:将茶谱分成刚学喝茶的单纯型、喝茶经有相当感官培训的复合型、专喝独特品项的粉丝型。茶龄浅的比较喜欢清香口味,可供应绿茶、高山乌龙茶等。喝茶有经验者接受多方面尝试,可提供各种岩茶、凤凰单丛、普洱等。粉丝型茶谱,有两个方法去做,泡茶师自己拥有什么拿手绝活,先设计了茶谱再说,慢慢找出它的粉丝。另一做法,先了解潜在的消费者属于哪类粉丝,为他们找出爱喝的茶。

三.就消费者需求来制作:将茶谱分成专为品茗而来的品茗型,与为其他目的:浪漫、休闲、优雅、茶文化而来的文化型。品茗型茶谱可以找几种属于品茗馆的招牌茶(可能是单一种类或几个种类)。文化型茶谱务必要达到让大众感觉有茶陪伴的时光是那么幸福、自在;不管哪个茶都可放进来,泡茶师需做到的是整体人、茶、物、地的溶合。

四.就茶性来制作:如专做普洱茶的,有丰富的题材可发挥,将茶谱分成渥堆的与青的、紧压茶与散茶、新普洱与存放普洱、仓存技术普洱等,那就成为一家专门喝普洱的品茗馆了。还有武夷岩茶、台湾乌龙茶等都能这么做。

品茗馆拥有了茶谱,已经知道要卖什么茶(汤),就可开始定价格。怎样收费视乎二个关键要素,一.先界定本身的品茗馆在市场上属于那种消费级数,如开馆地点在何地、店铺规模有多大小、专业泡茶师是哪位、环境设备达到什么水准、泡茶器具有何种规格等,这些基本条件将决定品茗馆的基本消费等级,也即常态性定价,例如属A级-平均客单价为三百元,B级-平均客单价为二百元,C级-平均客单价为一百元以此类推。

第二个进一步决定茶谱收费的因素是:茶谱价格因经营者对该茶拥有特殊理念与把握来定价,像一些稀有品种的茶品、特别拿手供赏析的老茶品以及邀得著名茶道艺术家掌席创作茶汤作品等,皆可创造一种特殊价值的价格,世俗的价格观念在这种时刻就用不上,比如原本属于C级的品茗馆,今祭出珍藏美茶,由馆内优等泡茶师呈现茶汤作品,价格也许就调整得比平常高好几倍。比如市场上的六堡茶都便宜,只有我们家特别贵,因为我们清楚我们的六堡茶特别好。比如市场上的红茶忽然间喊得很高价,但我们家仍维持旧有定价,那是因为我们认为我们家的红茶不值那么贵。这些都是溶入品茗馆经营者的生活态度与价值观念去考虑的定价法。

茶谱定价应以每位来客人头作为计算单位,比如A茶一百元,一位客人是一百元,来十位客人同开一席也是一百元一位即一千元。品茗馆要预先评估好每一位客人应享用多少份量的茶汤,而且这样子的汤量需维持怎样的浓度,然后根据这浓度设计茶法,决定茶叶放多少、茶具用多大、泡几道及要换几次茶叶等问题。假设一人可享有汤量三百cc,十人即需要冲泡出三千cc同等品质的汤量给客人。

 

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图书馆总目录Liabrary Index

A-蔡荣章专栏Rong-TsangTsais Column

B-许玉莲专栏HooiYokeLiens Column

C-茶思想类The Ideology of tea

(茶文化上的一些概念、看法)

–C-1 茶美学

(茶绘画、茶文学等作品归C-品茗空间类)

D-茶会类Tea Party.Tea Gathering

(含地方性茶文化)

–D-1 無我茶會Sans Self Tea Gathering

–D-2英国茶道English Afternoon Tea

–D-3韩国茶道

E-品茗空间类Environment Setting.

(即茶席、茶屋、茶庭、饰品等品茗环境)

F-茶器类Tea Wares

G-泡茶类Tea Brewing

–G-1《茶道入门-泡茶篇》

(将《茶道入门-泡茶篇》录入)

H-.评类 Tea Savouring.Tea Appraisal

–H-1《茶道入门-识茶篇》

(将《茶道入门-识茶篇》录入)

I-制茶类Tea Processing.

–I-1《茶道入门-制茶篇》

(将《茶道入门三篇—制茶.识茶.泡茶》之制茶部分录入)

J茶业类Tea Industry

–J-1茶汤市场 Tea Infusion Market

(茶叶市场归H类)

K-推广 Promote

(含经济行为)

L-教育类Education

M-中外文对照类 Chinese-Foreign Languages

–M-1 茶思想-中英文 The Ideology of tea.Chinese-English

(即C-茶思想类已译成英文者)

–M-2 无我茶会Sans Self Tea Gathering

–M-3术语 The academic terms of tea

N-出版品 Published Works

O-茶文化活动Tea Events

–O-1 回顾篇

–O2 近况篇

P-前言 Foreword

Q-创设人.作者Founder. Authors

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蔡荣章 Rong-Tsang Tsai

蔡荣章 RONG-TSANG TSAI

籍贯:台湾.台北

现职 :

2013.07.01~中国.福建. 漳州科技学院(原漳州天福茶职业技术学院)茶文化研究中心创办主任

2007.04.01~中国.福建. 漳州科技学院(原漳州天福茶职业技术学院)教授,开讲《茶思想研讨》课

经历:

2007~2013中国.福建. 漳州科技学院(原漳州天福茶职业技术学院)茶文化系创系系主任。

1980-2008台湾陆羽茶艺股份有限公司创办总经理。

1980.12-2008.12《茶艺》月刊-社长 社论主笔,共307期,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司,台湾出版事业登记局版台字第2645号

198102 创新设计泡茶专用无线电水壶。

198103 创新规划“小壶茶法”。

198210 创新设计泡茶专用茶车。

198305 创办泡茶师检定考试制度。

198912 创办无我茶会。

1999.08.20 创车轮式泡茶练习法。

200010 中国国际茶文化研究会荣誉副会长。

200210 安徽农业大学客座研究员。

200212 国立高雄餐旅大学客座教授。

200412 中国国际茶文化研究会学术委员会顾问。

200501 第二届台湾陶瓷金质奖评审委员。

200711 福建农林大学客座教授。

200802 建构“茶学书库分类索引”。

2009.10 ~《海峡茶道》月刊专栏-主笔福建日报报业集团 海峡茶道杂志社,统一刊号 CN-35(Q) 第0077号

20110617创设《现代茶思想contemporaryteathinker2011》茶网-主笔 主编

http://www.contemporaryteathinker.com

著作:

蔡荣章现代茶道思想

1蔡荣章现代茶道思想1a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

1.《现代茶艺》-著

1984.04,台湾 中视文化事业股份有限公司,1989.5七刷

台湾出版事业登记局版台业第2083号

2蔡荣章现代茶道思想2a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

2.《无我茶会-中日韩英四语》-蔡荣章著,陈志贤日译,金亿燮韩译,姚凱薇英译

1991.03.01,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司

ISBN 957-9690-02-2

3蔡荣章现代茶道思想3a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

3.《现代茶思想集》-合著

199503,台湾 玉川出版社

ISBN 957-97061-2-3

4蔡荣章现代茶道思想4a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

4.《无我茶会180条》-著

1999.09,台湾 中华国际无我茶会推广协会

2010.09,二版,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司

ISBN 978-957-9690-08-9

5蔡荣章现代茶道思想5a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

5.《台湾茶业与品茗艺术》-著

1999.12,台湾 交通部观光局

ISBN 957-02-5227-8

6蔡荣章现代茶道思想6a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

6.《茶学概论》-合著

2000.06,台湾 中华国际无我茶会推广协会

ISBN 957-97480-6-3

7蔡荣章现代茶道思想7a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

7.《陆羽茶经简易读本》-编注

2001.02,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司

ISBN 957-9690-04-9

8蔡荣章现代茶道思想8a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

8.《茶道教室-中国茶学入门九堂课》-著

2002.09,台湾 天下远见出版股份有限公司,2013.11.10十四刷

ISBN 986-417-050-3

9蔡荣章现代茶道思想9a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

9.《说茶之陆羽茶道》-著

2005.10,北京燕山出版社

ISBN 7-5402-1663-8

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2005)第106653号

10蔡荣章现代茶道思想10a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

10.《茶道基础篇-泡茶原理与应用》-著

2003.06,台湾 武陵出版有限公司

ISBN 957-35-1229-7

11蔡荣章现代茶道思想

11a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

11.《茶道入門三篇-制茶.识茶.泡茶》-著

2006.09,北京中华书局,2015.03十四刷

ISBN 978-7-101-05139-1

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2006)第048558号

12蔡荣章现代茶道思想12a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

12.《茶道入门-泡茶篇》-著

2007.03,北京中华书局,2013.11五刷

ISBN 978-7-101-05387-6

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2006)第139580号

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13.《中华茶艺》-合编

2008.09,安徽教育出版社

ISBN 978-7-533-65123-7

14蔡荣章现代茶道思想14a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

14.《茶道入门-识茶篇》-著

2008.11,北京中华书局,2012.03四刷

ISBN 978-7-101-06320-2

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2008)第144070号

15蔡荣章现代茶道思想15a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

15.《中英文茶学术语》-蔡荣章 编著,Steven R. Jones英译

2010.02,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司,2012.08三刷

ISBN 978-957-9690-06-5

16蔡荣章现代茶道思想16a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

16.《中日文茶学术语》-蔡荣章 编著,本藤靖子日译

2010.12,台湾 陆羽茶艺股份有限公司

ISBN 978-957-9690-07-2

17蔡荣章现代茶道思想17a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

17.《茶席·茶会》-合著 主编

2011.02,安徽教育出版社

ISBN 978-7-5336-5836-6

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2011)第019536号

18蔡荣章现代茶道思想18a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

18.《中国茶艺》-合著

2011.08,安徽教育出版社

ISBN 978-7-5336-6262-2

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2011)第165565号

19蔡荣章现代茶道思想19a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

19.《中国人应知的茶道常识》-合著 主编

2012.01,北京中华书局,2013.04二刷

ISBN 978-7-101-08355-2

中国版本图书馆CIP数据核字(2011)第234640号

《中国人应知的茶道知识》

台湾体繁版:2012.01

20蔡荣章现代茶道思想20a蔡荣章现代茶道思想

20.《现代茶道思想》 The Way of Tea:a Contemporary perspective

2013.03.01,臺灣商務印書館:The Commercial Press,Ltd.

ISBN:9789570528152

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21.《無我茶會-茶道藝術家的茶會作品》Sans Self Tea Gathering:Tea Gathering as an artistic manifestation of the Way of Tea

2013.10.01,臺灣商務印書館:The Commercial Press,Ltd.

ISBN:9789570528749

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22.《無我茶會》Sans Self Tea Gathering(韩文翻译版)

2013.10,韩国International Tea Club

ISBN:978-89-6745-021-2  03570

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蔡荣章 RONG-TSANG TSAI

Taipei.Taiwan

Current Position

2013~Director, Research Centre for the Tea Culture,Zhangzhou College of Science & Technology, Fujian , China.

2007~Professor , Zhangzhou College of Science & Technology, Fujian , China.Lectures on “Tea Thinking”

Resume:

2007~2013 Dean of Department of Tea Culture, Zhangzhou College of Science & Technology, Fujian .

1980~2008 Founder General Manager of the Taipei Lu-Yu Tea Culture Institute.

1980-2008″Tea Art”monthly magazine, Editorial,Chef Editor,Writer.

198102. Designer of innovative wireless electric kettles exclusive for tea brewing.

198103. Designer of the new brewing method with small tea pots.

198210. Designer of innovative tea carts exclusive for tea brewing.

198305. Designer of the examination system for tea brewers.

198912. Founder of the “无我茶会Sans Self Tea Gathering”.

199910. Creator of the rotational tea brewing practice.

200010. Honorary Vice President of the China International Tea Culture Research Institute.

200210. Visiting Research Fellow of the Anhui Agricultural University.

200212. Visiting Professor of the National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality.

200412. Advisor to the Academic Committee of the China International Tea Culture Institute.

200501. Member of the panel of judges for the Second Taiwan Ceramics Gold Award.

200711. Visiting Professor of the Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University

200802. Established of “Tea Studies Library Classification and Index”

200910~”The Way of Tea across the Straits”,columnist,统一刊号 CN-35(Q) 第0077号

20110617. Creator、writer, chief editor.of the website 《现代茶思想contemporaryteathinker2011》茶网http://www.contemporaryteathinker.com

Published Works:

1.199103″Modern Tea Art”, Writer.

2.199103″无我茶会Sans Self Tea Gathering”in four languages, Writer.

ISBN 957-9690-02-2

3.199503″Modern tea thoughts” ,Co-writer .

ISBN 957-97061-2-3

4.199909″无我茶会Sans Self Tea Gathering: 180 rules”, Writer.

ISBN 978-957-9690-08-9

5.199912″Taiwan’s tea industry and the art of tea appreciation”, Writer.

ISBN 957-02-5227-8

6.200006″Introduction to Tea” ,Co-writer.

ISBN 957-97480-6-3

7.200102″Lu Yu’s Tea Classic: a simplified version”, Writer.

ISBN 957-9690-04-9

8.200209″Nine introductory lessons to the study of Chinese tea”, Writer.

ISBN 986-417-050-3

9.200510″About Tea”, Writer.

ISBN 7-5402-1663-8

10.200604″Basics of the Way of Tea: The Principle and Application of tea brewing”,, Writer.

ISBN 957-35-1229-7

11.200609″Introduction to the Way of Tea: tea production, tea knowledge and tea brewing”, Writer.

ISBN 978-7-101-05139-1

12.200703″Introduction to the Way of Tea: tea brewing”, Writer.

ISBN 978-7-101-05387-6

13.《中华茶艺》-合编

2008.09,安徽教育出版社

ISBN 978-7-533-65123-7

14.200811″Introduction to the Way of Tea: knowing tea”, Writer

ISBN 978-7-101-06320-2

15.201002″Chinese-English Tea Studies Terminology”,writer, editor.

ISBN 978-957-9690-06-5

16.201012″Chinese-Japanese Academic Tea Terms”, writer, editor.

ISBN 978-957-9690-07-2

17.2011.02″TeaTable Setting & Tea Gatherings”, co-writer, chief editor.

ISBN 978-7-5336-5836-6

18.2011.08″Chinese Tea Art”, co-writer.

ISBN 978-7-5336-6262-2

19.2012.01’Serving Tea our Way:What Chinese need to know about the Way of Tea’  co-writer, chief editor.  ISBN 978-7-101-08355-2

20.《现代茶道思想》 The Way of Tea:a Contemporary perspective

2013.03.01,臺灣商務印書館:The Commercial Press,Ltd.

ISBN:9789570528152

21.《無我茶會-茶道藝術家的茶會作品》Sans Self Tea Gathering:Tea Gathering as an artistic manifestation of the Way of Tea

2013.10.01,臺灣商務印書館:The Commercial Press,Ltd.

ISBN:9789570528749

22.《無我茶會》Sans Self Tea Gathering(韩文翻译版)

2013.10,韩国International Tea Club

ISBN:978-89-6745-021-2  03570

NotesProfessor Rong-Tsang Tsai managed website only as below

(1)Website現代茶思想contemporaryteathinker2011 since 2011.06.17

http://www.contemporaryteathinker.com

(2)Facebook現代茶思想contemporaryteathinker2011 since 2012.06.07

https://www.facebook.com/contemporaryteathinker2011

(3)Facebook無我茶會 . Sans Self Tea Gathering . Wu-Wo Tea Ceremony since 2013.08.07

https://www.facebook.com/SansSelfTeaGathering

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