A half acre Fang Tang was opened for Zhu Xi, which was made by Zhu Xi in the Southern Song Dynasty, and its source is “Viewing Books”: “A half acre Fang Tang was opened for a visit, and the sky and clouds lingered. Asked how can it be clear? .”
The message asked and expressed by the half-mu Fangtang Tea Hall is simple: “Half-mu Fangtang” is not large, but Fangtang is not a passive water, but has a source that will never be exhausted. It transports living water, so it will never dry up and never stale. We hope that this tea house can be as common as this half-acre square pond, and can also have such inexhaustible “source water”.