How tea changed the history of the world

Nirmal Sethia talks about the Chitra Collection, one of the world’s finest private collection of historical – and explains the true significance of tea

6 Sep 2016
Samson Young

Samson Young

Hong Kong

1 Sep 2016
Maria Taniguchi

Maria Taniguchi

Manila, Philippines

1 Sep 2016
Cao Fei

Cao Fei

38, Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016
Chim Pom

Chim Pom

32-39, Tokyo, Japan

1 Sep 2016
Lee Kit

Lee Kit

38, Hong Kong/Taipei, Taiwan

1 Sep 2016
Xu Zhen

Xu Zhen

39, Shanghai, China

1 Sep 2016
Heman Chong

Heman Chong

38, Singapore

1 Sep 2016
Pak Sheung Chuen

Pak Sheung Chuen

39, Hong Kong

1 Sep 2016
Khadim Ali

Khadim Ali

38, Sydney, Australia

1 Sep 2016
Yuko Mohri

Yuko Mohri

36, Tokyo, Japan

1 Sep 2016
Adrian Cheng

Adrian Cheng

36, Hong Kong

1 Sep 2016
Theodore Wohng

Theodore Wohng

34, Melbourne, Australia

1 Sep 2016
Lu Xun

Lu Xun

33, Nanjing, China

1 Sep 2016
Michael Xufu Huang

Michael Xufu Huang

22, Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016
Paris and Beau Neilson

Paris and Beau Neilson

32 & 29, Sydney, Australia

1 Sep 2016
Aarti Lohia

Aarti Lohia

38, Singapore

1 Sep 2016
Alan Lo

Alan Lo

36, Hong Kong

1 Sep 2016
Bianca Spender

Bianca Spender

39, Sydney, Australia

1 Sep 2016
Lin Han and Wanwan Lei

Lin Han and Wanwan Lei

29 & 28, Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016
Alia Swastika

Alia Swastika

36, Programme Director, Ark Galerie Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1 Sep 2016
Philip Tinari

Philip Tinari

37, Director, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art
Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016
Aimee Lin

Aimee Lin

36, Editor, ArtReview:Asia, Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016

Venus Lau

34, Artistic Director, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen and Beijing, China

1 Sep 2016