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01 July 2012 @ 10:50 pm

Have you ever seen Japanese sweets and desserts on television and thought “I want to make this!” but never had a chance to?
Or have you been curious about how to make those delicious sweets and desserts that made you salivate?

Well, fret not, the wait is over!
TPJCG will be holding a wagashi-making workshop for ‘Dorayaki’ and ‘Hanami dango’ in the month of July
“Wagashi,” traditional Japanese confections, incorporate the illusions of flowers into some varieties of sweets.
The term derives from “wa,” meaning Japanese, and “gashi,” meaning confections or sweets.

Dorayaki is a sweet pancake sandwiches filled with sweet bean paste.
The name comes from the Japanese word for the percussion instrument (the gong), which they resemble.

Hanami dango literally means “flower viewing dango” and is traditionally made during the sakura season, giving rise to its name “hanami”.

So what are you waiting for? Come on down and join us for the event! You can even make some of these dishes for your family and friends.
Date: 28 July 2012 (Saturday)
Time: 1000 to 1200hrs (1st session); 1300 to 1500hrs (2nd session)
Venue: School of Engineering, Concourse Level
Admission: $6 (members); $8 (non-members)

To register, email Esther at cu@tpjcg.org with the following details:
Matric Number:
Year of Study:
Contact No:
Session interested:

Registration and payment must be done latest by 26 July 2012, Thursday.
SEAL points will be awarded for participation. We look forward to seeing you!

Originally posted at TPJCG.