UC Davis Colloquium Explores Tea and Wine

Attendance is

The Global Tea
And Appellations — Tea” — by Fitrio Ashardiono, UC Davis visiting scholar and
senior researcher in Asia-Japan Research Institute, Ritsumeikan University —
Osaka Ibaraki Campus.

Initiative concentrates on the culture and the science of tea from the origins
in Asia and spreading to almost every continent on Earth. Unique in the
world, the GTI fosters research and cooperation across social sciences, humanities and the sciences campus wide to learn more about tea’s wide-ranging effect gender roles, ceramics, health clinics and more all around the world.

• “Collecting
Tea: A Conversation” — by James Norwood Pratt, author of The Tea Lover’s
Companion, and Roy Fong, creator and owner of San Francisco’s Imperial Tea
Court, the first traditional Chinese teahouse in the Usa.

Other activities
• “Collecting
Special events
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Be an exhibition titled: Old Testament, New Trends: Tea and Wine in Art, in the UC Davis Conference Center.

Include beverage samples and networking, company showcases. Attendees will be
comprised of scholars, all students, members of the global wine and tea businesses, and the general public.

Include an enactment on Thursday of the Tang dynasty text, the interaction involving Tea and Alcohol (Cha Jiu lun) by members of the Theatre and Dance Ensemble, in 10 a.m.

There’ll also
Waterhouse, manager of RMI in UC Davis said,”the institute is pleased to
partner with the Global Tea Initiative in support of their joint commitment to
elevate the profile of beverage-related research and experience to the UC Davis
campus, and to celebrate the substantial roles both wine and tea play in
cultures worldwide.”

Free and open to the public, but reservations are recommended in gti2020.eventbrite.com.

The GTI colloquium
“Few, however,
Burnett, GTI founder and associate professor of art history and specialist in
Oriental art and culture notes”in the enchanting Tang dynasty text, the Debate
between Tea and Alcohol
, tea and alcohol have long been recognized as’social drinks.”

A schedule of
Is a two-day event commencing 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16 through Friday Jan. 17 in the UC Davis Conference Center in Davis, Calif..

Wine” — by Jim Gordon, editor-at-large of Wine Business Monthly, contributing
editor for Wine Enthusiast.

Panels and speakers may delve into features of wine and tea and the history — contemplating terroir website and appellations elements, aesthetics and amassing, and developing markets. Speakers include experts from Indonesia, Germany, France and Japan as well as Brown and Cornell universities.

Lectures include:
To learn more
Understand that they have other essential similarities, such as site/terroir,
sensory elements chemistry profiles, and amassing, Burnett continued. “By
cooperating with the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Sciencethis
year’s annual GTI colloquium brings the two drinks collectively for stimulating
discussions over two days.”

Global Tea Initiative for the Study of Tea Culture and Science (GTI) and the
Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science (RMI) are jointly hosting”The Great Debate: Discussion on Tea and Wine” in UC Davis.

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