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Fun in ICH – June Events

Fringe Activities of "The Oral Legacies Series II: The Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of
Hong Kong" Exhibition

Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Organised by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Office
Event Partner: Hulu Culture

Hong Kong-style Milk Tea Making Technique Demonstration and Experiential Workshop

Hong Kong-style milk tea is nicknamed "silk stocking milk tea". To make the beverage, it involves mixing the tea leaves, boiling and infusing the tea, force-pouring the tea, infusion and force-pouring the tea into the milk etc. The beverage is a local favourite amongst Hong Kong people. The techniques of making Hong Kong-style milk tea do not only illustrate the integration and development of Chinese and Western food cultures in Hong Kong, but also reflect the aspects of everyday life and food preferences of locals. In this event, a seasoned milk tea master would walk participants through the history and development of Hong Kong-style milk tea. Demonstrations of the brewing techniques will also be shown alongside sharing of personal experiences and knowhows. Participants can also have a go on making their own Hong Kong style milk tea.


Hong Kong-style Milk Tea Making Technique Demonstration and Experiential Workshop

Date

  16 June 2018 (Saturday)

Time

  2:30 – 4:00 pm

Venue

  Lecture Room, Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
  (Sam Tung Uk Museum, 2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan)

Instructor

  Master Chan Tsz Ping (Champion of International KamCha Competition 2016 (Hong Kong      Milk Tea))

Quota

  20 (15 for online registration, 5 for walk-in registration)

Fee

  Free

Language

  Cantonese

Registration

  Online Registration
  Please click on the following link for the online registration form:
  https://goo.gl/forms/yMsfmrsRCNWh6bSt1
  Deadline for registration is 15 June 2018 (Friday) , 5:00 pm (first come, first served).

  Walk-in registration
  Walk-in registration starts at 2:00 pm at the entrance of the Lecture Room (first come, first      served).

Enquiry

  Ms Cheng (Tel.: 2780 2283/ Email: joyce@huluhk.org)

 

Talk – The Zhengyi Ritual Traditions in Hong Kong

Co-organised by Intangible Cultural Heritage Office and Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

This public lecture covers the history of Taoist Zhengyi order, the origin and development of Zhengyi order in Hong Kong, and its distinctive ritual tradition. This lecture will also discuss the religious features of Zhai (retreat) and Jiao (offering) ritual of Zhengyi order in Hong Kong and highlight how these Taoist ritual traditions are significant to contribute to the religious faith of Chinese people when they face the issues of life and death.

Talk – The Zhengyi Ritual Traditions in Hong Kong

Date

  17 June 2018 (Sunday)

Time

  4:30 – 5:30 pm

Venue

  Lecture Room, Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
  (Sam Tung Uk Museum, 2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan)

Speaker

  Professor Lai Chi Tim (Director, Centre for Studies of Daoist Culture, The Chinese
  University of Hong Kong)

Quota

  35 (25 for online registration, 10 for walk-in registration)

Fee

  Free

Language

  Cantonese

Registration

  Online Registration
  Please click on the following link for the online registration form:
  https://goo.gl/forms/FbG1dH4Zd7vUP1PP2
  Deadline for registration is 15 June 2018 (Friday) , 5:00 pm (first come, first served).

  Walk-in registration
  Walk-in registration starts at 4:00 pm at the entrance of the Lecture Room (first come, first      served).

Enquiry

  Ms Cheng (Tel.: 2780 2283/ Email: joyce@huluhk.org)

 

Know More about Herbal Tea – Visit and Talk

Made of specific Chinese herbs, herbal tea is a popular beverage in the Lingnan region. With qualities for dispelling dampness, decreasing internal heat, resolving dryness, cooling and preventing influenza, herbal tea has become a unique food culture that addresses the humid and warm climate of the Lingnan area. In this event, the tour guide from Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Herb Garden would explain the history, types, efficacy and contraindication of herbal tea. Participants would be guided to tour the garden and learn about the various Chinese herbs used in herbal teas. Different herbs can be learnt through vision, smell, touch, or even taste. In-season herbal teas will also be sampled such that participants could become more knowledgeable about the culture. It would also be a very unique experience.


Know More about Herbal Tea – Visit and Talk

Date

  24 June 2018 (Sunday)

Time

  2:30 – 4:00 pm

Venue

  Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Herb Garden (Yi Pei Chun, Lo Wai, Tsuen Wan)

Assembly Time / Venue

  2:15 pm / Entrance of Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Herb Garden

Guide

  Jockey Club Lo Wai Chinese Herb Garden

Quota

  25

Fee

  Free

Language

  Cantonese

Registration

  Please click on the following link for the online registration form:
  https://goo.gl/forms/nDD90ceWYG6De87u2
  Deadline for registration is 22 June 2018 (Friday), 5:00 pm (first come, first served).

Remarks

  Applications will only be validated after receiving the confirmation email sent by Hulu
  Culture.

Enquiry

  Ms Cheng (Tel.: 2780 2283/ Email: joyce@huluhk.org)

 

Master Class – The Bamboo Theatre Building Technique
(Muse Fest Special Activity Series' event)   

The bamboo theatre is mainly of bamboo and fir members, forming beam columns and frame, with the exterior covered with metal sheeting to keep out the rain and the sun. Based on different requirements, scaffolding masters incorporate flexibility in creating bamboo theatres with a capacity for hundreds or even thousands of people. Their craft is a demonstration of Chinese wisdom in traditional architecture. A senior master of bamboo theatre building will be demonstrating the techniques of bamboo theatre building in this event, so that participants could get hands on to experience and learn some of the skills.


Master Class – The Bamboo Theatre Building Technique

Date

  30 June 2018 (Saturday)

Time

  2:30 – 3:30 pm

Venue

  Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Centre
  (Sam Tung Uk Museum, 2 Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan)

Instructor

  Master Chan Yuk Kwong (Senior master of bamboo theatre building)

Quota

  20 (15 for online registration, 5 for walk-in registration)

Fee

  Free

Language

  Cantonese

Registration

  Online Registration
  Please click on the following link for the online registration form:
  https://goo.gl/forms/5Ytmg6XmDK3tEOjt2
  Deadline for registration is 29 June 2018 (Friday) , 5:00 pm (first come, first served).

  Walk-in registration
  Walk-in registration starts at 2:00 pm at the entrance of the Lecture Room (first come, first      served).

Enquiry

  Ms Cheng (Tel.: 2780 2283/ Email: joyce@huluhk.org)

 

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