Cristy Burne

Author, editor, science writer

Celebrate Japan with high tea and some Nonchalant Bombasi-tea

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Fancy some Japanese tea sampling or traditional Japanese tea cakes?

Want some fabulous entertainment from performer, musician, and author, Anne Norman — and her alter ego Camellia Cha?

Check out this terrific event being hosted by the Hyogo Prefectural Government Cultural Centre in Perth, WA, this August 20: The Hyogo Centre consistently put on great events and I can’t wait for this one…

Nonchalant BombasiTEA Hyogo Prefectural Government  Cultural Centre

Download Nonchalant BombasiTEA Flyer

Author: cristyburne

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2 thoughts on “Celebrate Japan with high tea and some Nonchalant Bombasi-tea

  1. You’re welcome Anne…it was a great show!

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  2. Dear Cristy
    thank you for your blog post, and for coming to my show Nonchalant Bombasi-tea! I am sorry I didn’t get to meet you. I would love to catch-up one day. I have heard fabulous things about you.
    Cheers, Anne (aka Camellia Cha)

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