Calling the East and Southeast Asian community of Leeds!
We’re looking for individuals with an interest in Cooking, Chinese Food Culture and Climate Change!
Join designer and artist, Ling Tan in a free cooking workshop to explore the carbon footprint of traditional Chinese dishes and experiment with developing a new, delicious low carbon recipe. The workshop will be taking place at some point between July-September, but we are currently seeking interest from those who want to take part!
邀請您們來參加設計師兼藝術家陳慶玲的免費烹飪工作坊。 來摸索中華傳統菜餚的碳足跡，並嘗試開發新和美味低碳足跡的食譜。該工作坊將在 7 月至 9 月之間的某個時間段舉行，我們目前正在尋求有興趣的參與者。
Yourself and a friend or family member will then be invited to join your fellow participants and enjoy a low carbon Chinese meal!
No expertise is required to participate in the workshop.
If you are a chef, food writer, recipe developer, or a foodie with a taste for Chinese cuisine and would be interested in a paid opportunity to work with Ling to develop the low carbon recipe and to prepare the meal, then we’d love to hear from you!
Suitable for anyone aged 16+ from East and Southeast Asian heritage backgrounds. Workshops will be conducted in English. Cantonese and Mandarin translation can be provided if requested.
How To Participate?
To register interest for the workshop and meal, please complete the Google form here.
For any inquires, please contact Jennie at firstname.lastname@example.org
如有疑問，請聯絡 Jennie email@example.com
Low Carbon Chinatown is a project by Ling Tan, Originally commissioned by Kakilang.
低碳唐人街是陳慶玲的藝術項目, 最初由Kakilang 委託。