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Clienteles
Our valued guests.
Long Term Clienteles

So far our teas have been accepted in various restaurants, cafes, and hotels. We believe in having strong tie between two parties; thus we only supply what is needed the best for each place. Whether you are a budget place to famous 5 star purveyor, we value each place as your trust to us. Currently we have delivered our teas throughout Indonesia from around Jakarta to Bandung, Surabaya, Bali, Medan, Palembang, Padang, Banjarmasin, Pontianak, Manado, to Manokwari.

Universities’ links: Spread of (Chinese & Japanese) Tea Culture

Every year Fakultas Ilmu Budaya (Faculty of Cultural Studies) of Universitas Indonesia is inviting Urasenke Indonesia for giving study on Japanese Tea Ceremony (Sado) to the students.

As for Chinese Tea culture, IMSi (Ikatan Mahasiswa Sinologi –Chinology Student Body) from Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya Universitas Indonesia (Faculty of Cultural Studies of University of Indonesia) invited Siang Ming to give speech about Chinese tea and brewing demonstration.

Other universities that help us spread Chinese & Japanese Tea Cultures are Binus University (Jakarta) and Universitas Diponegoro (Semarang, Central Java).

These events have gradually enhanced young generations to a deeper understanding on the tea world. During the presentations, students are enthusiastically taking parts in the Q&A sessions, tea brewing demonstrations, and other studies.

Our media partnerships include:

  • Detikfood.com

  • Global TV / MNC

  • Appetite Journey Magazine

  • Majalah Gaya Hidup Sehat

  • TransTV dan TV7

  • Reader’s Digest Indonesia

  • Sarasa Japanese Magazine

  • Pawon Publishing

Other corporate partnerships:

  • Lippo Karawaci

  • Cartier Jewelries

  • Standard Chartered Bank

  • HSBC Bank

  • BCA Bank

Together with Pawon Publishing, Siang Ming conjoint with Urasenke Tankokai Indonesia, helped in the sources for a published book title “Teh: minuman bangsa – bangsa di dunia” (Tea: a drink of the world).

 

In 2014, we participated in the Jakarta first event of Nusantara International Tea Festival. Selected to host and brew tea for Jakarta’s VVIPs and foreign ambassadors, we were happy to introduce tea drinking culture in our  proud country of Indonesia.

 

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