Gaiwan (蓋碗 / 盖碗; direct translation – “bowl with lid”) is also called 蓋 杯 (Guy Bey – “cup with lid”) or 盅 盅 (Jeou Chung – “heat-resistant container”). The word “Gaiwan” – the name of today ‘s container. The word has been borrowed from the Chao Chang people who called this “Chaou” (茶 甌) .Chaou – a set consisting of a cup, a lid and a plate; it can be used as well as in accordance with tea cups. Chaou’s tea is used when you need to try a tea, for example, when shopping. In such cases, it is important to maintain the neutral taste of the tea; it is also important to see the tea leaves in their boiling and to smell them. This way of cooking is also used daily, but more is used in formal situations. Chaou’s can cook a variety of teas when the best way to cook is for weakly fermented tea varieties. Boil the water or warm to a temperature suitable for cooking tea. Heat Chaou with boiling water. Add the tea leaves. cup for the wall. Look for 30 seconds, pour the tea into the cups.