Due to tightened safe management measures, the physical programme has been cancelled. We will be in touch with participants who had signed up.
If you are interested to find out more about Chinese clan associations, you can join in this online live dialogue titled "My Journey as a Millennial Growing Up in Clan Associations" organised by Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association. For more information about the association's activities, please contact their Assistant Secretary, Mr Lee at email@example.com.
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Chef Leung Wing Cheung’s cooking style is all about celebrating and enhancing the natural flavour of ingredients with as little seasoning as possible – a distinct trademark of Cantonese fare.
Join him and culinary expert Lee Swee Har as they conduct a cooking demonstration walk and walk you through the key features of Cantonese cuisine.
About Leung Wing Cheung
Leung Wing Cheung is the executive Cantonese chef at Parkroyal on Kitchener Road’s Si Chuan Dou Hua restaurant. The Guangdong-born chef spent 10 years in Hong Kong before moving to Singapore in 1989. He has more than 40 years of experience in the kitchen. Before he took over the reins as executive chef at Si Chuan Dou Hua, Mr Leung worked at a clutch of renowned Chinese restaurants including Fortune Gate, Tung Lok Restaurant, Summer Palace as well as Xin Cuisine.
About Lee Swee Har
Lee Swee Har, who is vice-president of the Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association, has chalked up years of experience conducting cooking workshops. Mdm Lee also holds a higher certificate from the Singapore Culinary Institute. In May 2009, she was awarded the special gold award at the fifth International Competition of Far East in Beijing.
About Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association
Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association (广惠肇李氏书室) is a 147-year old Cantonese association at 25 Ann Siang Road which organises regular events to promote Chinese culture.