Gansu skill master Studio: the fragrance of tea makes employment “delicious”

By yqqlm yqqlm

Lanzhou, December 4 (Zhang Jing) encourage graduates to take to the streets and offer tea to strangers to exercise their ability to integrate into society; Train tea farmers in field management and tea making technology to improve their employability; Employees of enterprises and institutions learn traditional culture, add icing on the cake to their own work, and foreign students spread tea culture and remember nostalgia; Children in Tang costumes read the tea classic and feel the tea virtue of “honesty, beauty, harmony and respect”…

such tea art classes have been promoted by Xu Wenxia for more than ten years. Born in the tea town of Fujian, she drank tea every day. When she was about 20 years old, she crossed more than 2000 kilometers from the southeast coastal city to study in Lanzhou, which is located in the northwest inland. Of course, this hometown tea was indispensable in her luggage

unexpectedly, Xu Wenxia, who is about to graduate, decided to stay in Lanzhou to do tea business. Starting from tea merchants, Xu Wenxia has been rooted in Gansu culture from daily tea drinking to tea as the medium. She has taught thousands of apprentices to master Tea skills and inherit tea culture. In 2020, Xu Wenxia was approved by the human resources and Social Security Department of Gansu Province to be listed as “Xu Wenxia provincial skill master studio”, This is the first tea master studio in Gansu Province

recently, the reporter walked into Xu Wenxia’s provincial skill master studio and walked to the hall, showing standard samples of different kinds of tea from all over the country and the distribution map of tea production in all provinces of the country. The studio has desk type and scene type training classrooms; Reception experience; Product exhibition; Tea culture exhibition; Shared teahouse, etc., covering an area of nearly 400 square meters

Gansu skill master Studio: the fragrance of tea makes employment “delicious”

the picture shows the standard samples of tea collected and displayed in Xu Wenxia’s provincial skill master studio. Photo by Zhang Jing

the murmuring sound of the piano, with a faint fragrance of tea. Warm the cup and pour tea. In the dense mist, the water drops the fragrance of tea, treats guests separately, and enters the throat with mellow fragrance… Xu Wenxia told reporters that when she was running the tea house business, she found that many customers didn’t understand tea. It was the same tea, but she couldn’t make the right taste when she bought it home. She thought it was the boss’s transfer. So she came up with the idea of tea art training

appreciating, appreciating and making tea… While carrying out vocational skill training, Xu Wenxia also inherits the craftsman spirit through “passing on, helping and leading”, and expands the functions of evaluation and appraisal, vocational skill level identification, skill competition and employment service, so as to provide all-round and multi-level services for the growth of skilled talents

Professor Xu Wenxia’s students have been involved in all walks of life, especially in the context of Gansu’s vigorous development of cultural tourism industry in recent years. After training, more and more tea lovers in China have doubled their income as tea artists, and even Inn owners are playing the signboard of tea art performance and tea culture display

however, in Xu Wenxia’s opinion, learning tea art is not necessarily directly engaged in tea related industries. As a display of soft power, tea learning first improves its self-cultivation, and then has the “skill” in employment, so as to increase employment opportunities or become a bonus item that stands out

during this period, Xu Wenxia was strongly supported by the human resources and Social Security Department of Gansu Province in terms of project subsidy funds, inheritance platform construction, characteristic publicity activities, care and care policies, etc. It is reported that this is one of the services arranged and deployed by Gansu officials for the leaders of national and provincial skill master studios established in the province in combination with local conditions, that is, providing door-to-door services for skill master studios every six months, following up the implementation of policies every quarter, building an inheritance platform every year and carrying out characteristic publicity activities every year

Shi Yongbin, director of Vocational Capacity Building Department of human resources and Social Security Department of Gansu Province, said that this move will understand the operation of master skills studio and solve their practical difficulties. This year, Gansu also proposed to set up a “skill master’s home”, with the theme of “inheritance, exchange, innovation and development”, to build a communication, skill exchange and skill display platform for high skilled talents in the province, expand the team of high skilled talents and promote the construction of “skill Gansu”. (end)