Blogger has an antiporn thing you have to pass through because of the use of a slang for semen, but is actually malay vernacular for something else.
I think it's interesting because it shows an interesting cultural approach, and age approach--the guy is a grandfather, and we don't (or didn't) see too much activity from such people. Certainly not in english.
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great find, thanks!
Apr 18th, '14, 09:08
Joined: Jul 10th, '13, 01:38
I discovered this blog a few months ago. I like to read it, since I consider it a good cultural window, to one of the most dynamic country in the tea's world.
Apr 23rd, '14, 22:36
Joined: Sep 2nd, '13, 03:22
Location: in your tea closet
malaysia has been a trend follower of the movements in taiwan for a long time, until recently they are now kindling some kind of liu-bao movementWilliam wrote:I discovered this blog a few months ago. I like to read it, since I consider it a good cultural window, to one of the most dynamic country in the tea's world.
funny how this guy talked about some of the 90's laotongzhi bricks that he had... when.... LTZ first appeared close to 2000...
Apr 24th, '14, 09:33
Joined: Jul 19th, '13, 21:04
I like this guys blog. I dont drink puerh but its entertaining to see how other cultures are involved in tea. Im sure he would be fun to sit down with over a pot.