This book is broken into 3 major sections: 1) a fairly good look into the good and bad of the tea business worldwide -– real eye opener. 2) the impact of tea on health based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, and how to take advantage of that knowledge in modern times – found this very useful. 3) how tea influenced early Asian cultures, and the later impact on other cultures as teas started to travel the world – fascinating. The fourth section seems to be a follow-up of some of JT Hunter’s experiences in China, with an emphasis on some specific teas. We read this one after “Wild Tea Hunter” so it dovetailed perfectly for us.