In the age of material scarcity, wild grass could be exploited to meet daily needs including cooking, making tea, healing, even attracting good luck. It used to be a vital part of the folk culture in Taiwan.
As times change, these garden-variety flowers and grasses seem to be incompatible with modern city life. Even the herbal tea has been considered as the “old people’s tea”. Therefore, we would like to initiate a project that integrates into contemporary society, by means of vibrant visual languages which apply to tea, fragrance and other derivatives, to give a new life to the withered culture.