23 March 2019 (Saturday)
2:00pm – 5:00pm
H504, Hollywood – Taste Library
Members $250/ Non-members $320
+852 3481 3998
As a melting pot of diverse cultures, Hong Kong embraces a myriad of culinary practices from around the world. Aside from Western influences, the early immigrants of Hakka have significant contribution to Hong Kong’s food culture. From unique cooking methods to the choice of ingredients, Hakka cuisine showcases recipes steeped in traditions.
In celebrating Hakka cuisine, PMQ’s Taste Library and Academy for Sustainable Communities, Policy for Sustainability Lab, HKU collaborate again to present Village-to-table DIY Workshop-Hakka Steamed Glutinous Rice Cake (Cha Kwo). At the workshop, a Lai Chi Wo Villager will teach us how to make two types of Cha Kwo (radish and Chinese Fevervine or Chinese Mugwort). Join us to get hands-on experience of making Cha Kwo and learn more about the origins of our ethnic cuisines.
*Participants may take home at least four pieces of Cha Kwo
Language: Conducted mainly in English (supplemented with Cantonese)
Limited seats available, prior registration required!
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