Historical Scholastic Disinterest

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The lack of schools is a common line of inquiry into the historical and contemporary praxis of Chinese tea[1]; whereas schools of Buddhism, training centers for guilds, and private academies for the keju (科举, the Imperial Examination) all existed contemporaneously in the Tang dynasty as centers of pedagogy, no formalized school of Chinese tea was ever established – why?

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