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Tea Events - Shanghai

Wan Ling Tea House Shanghai is available seven days a week for cha yi Chinese tea ceremony demonstrations, classes and workshops. Looking to learn more about Chinese culture? Impress a visiting, friend, business colleague or boss? Looking to make the best from Chinese tea? Wan Ling Tea House offers customised programmes to meet your needs, read more in our Tea Classes section.

Beyond this, Wan Ling Tea House is proud to work with a number of artists to provide stunning pieces of art which can be viewed in the shop. Not only do they enhance the tea shop's environment, they show case the beauty of art in it's many forms.

Christmas Market 2012 @ Bamboo Studio

Join the Bamboo Study team for a Christmas get together and pickup some Christmas gifts to take back with you or to give to friends & loved ones in Shanghai.

Wan Ling Tea House will be on site with a collection of gift ideas including our bamboo gift pots.


Time: 2nd December 2012 from 11am till 7pm

Where: Liyang Road, Lane 1114, Villa 18, Suite 101. 

Full details including downloadable PDF click here.



Art Exhibitions

Impressions of Tibet by Liu Jun-Xiu - Summer/Autumn 2011

Born in 1968, Nan Jiang County, Sichuan, Liu Jun-Xiu is a member of the Tibetan branch of the Chinese Photographic Society and is a professional guide for photographers travelling round Tibet.

"It is enough for you to finish one you want to do and like to do in your lifetime". That is what Mr. Liu tells himself.

In 1999, Liu Jun-Xiu visited Tibet for the first time, immediately he fell in love with this snow covered plateau. Over a five year period, Mr. Liu, drove the region, recording his thoughts and impressions of the beautiful Tibetan region through the camera lens.

Wan Ling Tea House Shanghai is proud to display a collection of Mr. Liu's superb photographs, capture magic moments and Tibet's breath-taking landscapes.

Impressions of Tibet is running from mid June 2011. Come along, you are always welcome.

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