Seminar on “Chinese culture and India-China cultural relations” – Prospects Of India-China Cultural Relation ”
Preparation for the tea ceremony requires certain steps. Our event will give a brief introduction to begin the proper tea ceremony preparation. Madam Qing Yi is a Chinese tea connoisseur, a certified expert on tea culture and ceremony. Madam Yi won the 2019 China National excellence award in Chinese tea connoisseur and is a China National Intermediate level tea master, she is also China’s National Tea master skill examiner. Madam Yi has experience of over 10 years in the field of Chinese tea culture. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2009 from Dali University. Because of her love for Chinese tea culture, she joined the Xiaguan Tuocha and currently working as a senior master trainer in Chinese tea etiquette and culture.
Xu Fancheng Culture Study Center is a cultural research and study center that is dedicated to the study of the life and work of Prof. Xu Fancheng, the Chinese translator and scholar who studied and translated ancient Indian texts. It is a non-profitable research organization whose main focus is to promote the study and understanding of the cultural heritage of India and China. The center aims to provide a platform for scholars, students, and the general public to engage with the diverse cultural traditions of both countries. Opening ceremony of the Xu Fancheng Culture Study Center marks the official inauguration of the center by the Chinese Ambassador to India H.E Sun Weidong , Shri V. Narayanasamy, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Pondicherry, and Shri K. Lakshminarayanan.