I've posted some pictures in other places, but here are some more.
Korea - Gyeongbokgung Palace Seoul
Korea Supermarket Tea - Lots of Flavoring - Including Black, Walnuts & Job's Tears tea and Pumpkin & Yam Tea
Juifen (Old Mining Town)
Tetsubin heating over coals
Stacks of Oolong
Old Puerh for sale
Temple in the hills
Golden Chicken Bridge Keelung
Keelung "Fairy Cave" - Buddha in Caves
Stone Tea trays I lusted after in Ceramics Street (Yingge District)
Through the fog
Temple Stone Carvings
Culture, language, tangibles, intangibles from countries known for tea. China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, India, etc...
In the park behind the fortune tellers, there stands an ancient pagoda circa 7/8th century. It is enclosed in plexiglass for protection. Not often do we get to see ancient structures in modern cities.