Introducing... Tea Master Chang Nai-Miao
Tea Master Chang Nai-Miao is the pioneer of Taiwanese Tiekuanyin tea plantation. He introduced Tiekuanyin Tea to Taiwan at a young age of 20, bringing small plants of tea trees from his hometown Fujian, China, to Muzha—— the area now known as Maokong, in Taipei, Taiwan. Since then, Muzha has been known as the largest plantation of Tiekuanyin Tea in Taiwan. Nowadays, Muzha is considered the best place for finding traditional Tiekuanyin tea.
In 1916, Chang was employed as Tea Master by the Japanese Colonial Government, serving as teachers of farmers for 10 years. He also dedicated himself to preserve and promote the knowledge of Taiwanese teas.
Tea Master Chang Nai-Miao was our (great) grand father.