Chatting over a Cup of Tea

2017-09-30 19:49:09


Nowadays, tea is used to bind people together. When a Chinese invites someone to a cup of tea he may simply intend for a relaxed chat, but sometimes the real intention may be beyond that. For example, when misunderstanding occurs between two people and one of the involved invites the other to a cup of tea for a chat, the invitor may want to take the opportunity to explain the issue to the other so as to dispel the misunderstanding. Also, if someone needs your help but does not want to appear imprudent, he may take the opportunity to talk to you so that you could help him. For tea party addicts, they frequent it not because they just need to drink but because they want the milieu. They chat away with mates over a cup of tea that often takes hours to get over!


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张力平,IT行业资深分析师。Zhang Liping, aka Sevencastles,a senior analyst in IT industry and the owner of Seven Castles,'a Shanghai blog featuring news and views of great interest'.