Tag: cross cultural connections

Instruments of La Boca

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We’re sure your little citizens could identify a guitar or a piano from a line up… but what about a bandoneón? Our guess is that a bandoneón might even stump many adults! This instrument is an essential part of tango music, the most popular music of Argentina.

October’s Give Back Grantee: Corporación Correcaminos

This season, Tea is partnering with The Global Fund for Children to give back to several organizations located in South America. This month, we’re featuring the Corporación Correcaminos in El Retiro, Colombia. Learn more about this wonderful organization below.

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Learn To Tango!

15OCT_L_02_311Tango was born in the barrios (neighborhoods) of San Telmo and La Boca, Argentina, more than 200 years ago. Today, in Buenos Aires, the dance, the music, the poetry of tango, is everywhere. Not every country we travel to has such a rich history of song and dance quite like Argentina. Learn more about the humble beginnings of Tango.

Walking Through Walls – Leigh Rawdon

This season, Tea is partnering with The Global Fund for Children to give back to several organizations located in South America. This month, we’re featuring the Asociación Civil Los Pioneros in Callao, Peru. Tea CEO, Leigh Rawdon, was fortunate to be able to take a trip to Los Pioneros and meet the wonderful children the grantee works with. Here, she shares her story with us. 

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Explore Your World Sweepstakes

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At Tea, we live by a mantra: “We Go There.” And although we love traveling across the globe, we don’t think you have to cross an ocean to find adventure. You could explore a whole new world that’s just across the street. This fall, we’re celebrating local explorations and sending your little citizen on a quest for adventure!

We invite you to explore your world and enter for a chance to win $1,000 to shop Tea! So… where do you begin?

Asado: Argentine Barbecue

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In Italy, your Sunday dinner may consist of pasta and meatballs. In England you might have a Sunday roast. In Argentina, no weekend is complete without an asado! Asado is to Argentina as barbecue is to the United States. The term is used for both a range of cooking techniques and the physical act of the social gathering. If you are lucky enough to be invited to an Argentinian asado, you will not be disappointed, and we can promise you that you won’t leave hungry!

September’s Give Back Grantee: Asociación Civil Los Pioneros

This season, Tea is partnering with The Global Fund for Children to give back to several organizations located in South America. This month, we’re featuring the Asociación Civil Los Pioneros in Callao, Peru. Learn more about this wonderful organization below.Asociación Civil Los Pioneros