Looking for magazine about Pu-erh and YiXing Tea Pot


Hi guys, is there any good magazine out there about Pu-erh or YiXing Tea Pot? Have been searching around but couldn't come out with one. We have such magazine here in Chinese but not English..... My friend in The States is asking me about it, any idea?
Thanks in advance.
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Hee

I highly doubt that there is. I've seen the Chinese version before though.
Would anyone else be interested in a little translation project? I was thinking a group of us could each pick an article and translate it, and the results could go up on the web somewhere (preferably somewhere with lax IP laws). It seems like it would be a good way to get more of this information available in English, and also to improve one's "tea Chinese".
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Alex

I have never seen a magazine dedicated to Yixing/Pu-Erh in English. There are a number of very good books on the subject though. I think the best source of English Yixing info is the almighty internet, it has the answers to everything except where I left my car keys.
- Dominic
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Dominic T.

It seems that Hou De is translating some piece of the magazine on their site :
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They say more is supposed to come, so you can check them out from time to time.
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Jean Danthès

Thanks for your replies, you guys are superb. And to IceTea, I will definitely check out your blog when time allows. Speaking of translation, I think what this industry need is a few nicely written books about Pu-erh in English. I was in Shanghai a week ago and I had a chance to hit a tea house. They were handing out leaflets to visitors. The leaflet was bilingual and...... well, they definitely need to find better translator. I wish I brought back the leaflet and share with you some of the phrases they used in it. Now I understand what literal translation means! May be I should start this translation business.... just for the sack of tea!
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Hee

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