I-Cheng Huang came to Columbus years ago to go to college and then paid his dues in corporate America. While that might be the American Dream for many, I-Cheng found that he wanted to be involved with something that offered bigger meaning. He wanted to build community, promote harmony and connect different cultures. Tea led the way.
It sounds like a stretch, but think about it. For hundreds of years, tea has brought together millions of people around the world – from High Tea in Great Britain to the elaborate Asian tea ceremonies. And, don’t forget our own little tea party in Boston a couple hundred years ago.
“Tea is a beverage found in almost every culture around the world yet presented in many different styles,” said I-Cheng. “It shows us what we share despite all the differences across nationality, race, ethnicity. The model of ZenCha helps us connect.”
Step inside ZenCha Tea Salon
, and check out what I-Cheng means. Knowledgeable staff fills you in on what to expect from each of the tea selections, and freshly made breakfast and lunch items provide ample dining options. Whether you have an hour for breakfast or lunch or just a quick 15-minute break, tranquility immediately surrounds you as stress dissipates and gives you a chance to connect with the person sitting across from you.