Young Fu accidentally pushes mud from the terrace where he is planting rice. The mud lands on Chang, a warrior. Chang demands Fu meet him for a duel. Fu is only a youngster with no knowledge or ability in fighting. He goes to the village Master asking to be taught fighting skills. Instead Master teaches him the tea ceremony, with emphasis on such virtues as purpose, flow and patience. He demonstrated how these virtues apply to almost any human situation. Chang is very impressed with Fu's mastery of the tea ceremony. Art work supplements adds pleasing vitality to the story line.
Recommended by Frank Hodge, Booktalker Emeritus, HODGE-PODGE Books