Long-mouth teapot handled by a folk artist | Video | SupChina

Long-mouth teapot handled by a folk artist

China is a nation that drinks tea more than water. From oolong to pu’er, dragonwell to chrysanthemum, the teas produced by the country are countless. But did you know that teapots are also important to its tea culture? Take a look at one of the most unique Chinese tea utensils — the long-mouth teapot — and how it is handled by a folk artist.

Click here for the artist’s original videos on Kuaishou.

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Lan Lin

Lan comes from Foshan, a small southern city in China. She went to University of California, Irvine and is currently studying at NYU's grad school.