7 April 2018 (Saturday)
2:00pm – 4:00pm
H504, Hollywood – Taste Library
$150 (Non- Members)
+852 3481 3998
Circle can be a shape, a concept, a symbol and even a philosophy.
There are predefinition of circle in Euclid’s Element and Mozi.
A circle is a set of points where the fixed point distance in the same plane is equal to the fixed length. The geometric nature was extended to the notion that the ancient Greeks believed a circle is the most perfect figure, symbolising completeness, equality, sleekness, perfection, and reunion.
A fond of circle indicates a preference of basic, balance and purity.
In early spring of April, PMQ Taste Library and “Joy In Clay 2018” jointly presented a “round” flavor sharing session. Ceramic exhibitor Scott Ngan presented the natural flavor of food through a series of ceramic dishes decorated with dots. The rolling rice balls, combined with natural ingredients of the spring, are transformed into ever-changing shapes, bringing original and rich taste and visual experience.
Sign up now and let’s gather a-round!
This workshop will be conducted in Cantonese
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