october, 2020

sat03oct11:00 am12:00 pmEngageAsia: Virtual Japanese Tea Ceremony11:00 am - 12:00 pm Teacher: EngageAsia Aligned Living Quadrant:Heartfelt Community,Knowledge of Systems


(Saturday) 11:00 am - 12:00 pm



Event Details

Join us online for our first tea ceremony with EngageAsia!

Join EngageAsia for a rare chance to engage in live Japanese tea ceremony via Zoom meetings with host Ed Papantonio. This event is open to a maximum of 25 participants.

Ed Papantonio has been practicing Japanese tea ceremony for almost 30 years. While in Japan, he studied with the Urasenke School and, after returning to the US, moved to the Omotesenke School in 2003 for logistical reasons. Both schools trace their origins back to Sen no Rikyu, a 16th century tea master who created a uniquely Japanese esthetic that he will convey during this event.


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EngageAsia, founded by Aligned Center member David Janes and Stomu Miyazaki, is a non-profit organization which engages teachers in innovative programs to build cross-cultural understanding and foster peace and community between the United States and countries throughout the Asia-Pacific.


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Knowledge of Systems