Seasonal Photographers: Gather Round the ‘Lai Wok Bin’

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‘Lai wok bin’ (瀨鑊邊) is the Hakka version of fast food. ‘Lai’ means to drip rice milk around the edges of the wok, so that it cooks into a thin noodle. The other ingredients used in ‘lan wok bin’ vary depending on the local environment.



Participants in this seasonal workshop can personally taste what it means to drip rice into their lunch. As Chuen Lung villager Tsang Kin Man demonstrates how to make the Hakka dish, Community Museum Project curator and Koon Man Space artist-in-residence Tse Pak Chai will talk about the eating culture of Chuen Lung in days past.




Language: Cantonese

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Fee: $50

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