The British answer to any problem or crisis is often a cup of tea! If you have had a shock or an upset someone will make you a nice cup of tea. But how did the British love affair with tea start? It is a fascinating tale of adventure, taxes, criminality, temperance, rationing and a morale booster in World War I and II and of a Duchess who established the ritual of afternoon tea.Views: 324 | Enquiries: 5
Sandy Leong is a lively and entertaining speaker, married to a Malaysian, spending time living and working in Malaysia. She is a professional speaker, trainer & published author and historian enjoying bringing history to life.
She has had a lifelong career as an educator & developer of people working in the UK & the Far East; she is a qualified teacher, past CEO of a Racial Equality Council, Guest Lecturer at Universities, and Colleges of Further Education.
She is a Past President of a Speakers Club & an active member of the National Association of Speakers Clubs, & Chair of a Board of Trustees of a large charity.
She speaks regularly at Conferences, & to a wide range of groups including, W.I’s, U3A‘s & Historical Societies & as an After Dinner Speaker and is also a guest lecturer with P & O, Fred Olsen, Saga and Thomson Cruise Lines.
Her specialist areas are the Vikings and the Tudors.
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