The way of tea

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The way of tea

Ceremony, respect and ritual at White Dragon
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Ave. places green tea into a Chawan created by artist Joe Kroenung during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony for Marcelina Chavira and Sam Kuenzell.
The tea Marcelina Chavira prepares to drink is in a chawan created by artists Joe Kroenung. His pottery is used at during tea ceremonies at White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avediscusses the steps in conducting a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Michael Thunder demonstrates the proper way to hold a chawan during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony at his White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, places tea into a Chawan created by artist Joe Kroenung during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Water that has been boiled and slightly cooled is poured over tea by Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Ave during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Michael Thunder mixes hot water with tea during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony at White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, hands prepared tea to Marcelina Chavira during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, adds boiled water that has been slightly cooled to the tea.
The entrance to the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue welcomes customers with a slightly Asian flare.

The way of tea

Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Ave. places green tea into a Chawan created by artist Joe Kroenung during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony for Marcelina Chavira and Sam Kuenzell.
The tea Marcelina Chavira prepares to drink is in a chawan created by artists Joe Kroenung. His pottery is used at during tea ceremonies at White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avediscusses the steps in conducting a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Michael Thunder demonstrates the proper way to hold a chawan during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony at his White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, places tea into a Chawan created by artist Joe Kroenung during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Water that has been boiled and slightly cooled is poured over tea by Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Ave during a Chakai or Way of Tea ceremony.
Michael Thunder mixes hot water with tea during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony at White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, hands prepared tea to Marcelina Chavira during a chakai – or “way of tea” ceremony.
Michael Thunder, owner of the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue, adds boiled water that has been slightly cooled to the tea.
The entrance to the White Dragon Tea Room and Gallery on Main Avenue welcomes customers with a slightly Asian flare.
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