CL13 A Bowlful of Love

碗筷双双

Lam Man Ki, Miki
Lee Man Yi, Kary

Speaker
Ms Lam Man Ki, Miki 林敏琪
Ms Lee Man Yi, Kary 李敏怡

School / Organisation
Singapore Press Holdings;
CnC Design and Cultural Studies Workshop

TIME
4.45 p.m. – 5.45 p.m.

VENUE
Room 310

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SPEAKERS’ PROFILE

Miki Lam, cultural education tutor of CnC from Hong Kong, graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University majoring in Applied and Media Arts. Miki endeavours to arouse children’s interest towards Chinese culture and looks forward to sharing its modern-day significance and the value of Chinese traditional culture.

Kary Lee, cultural education tutor of CnC from Hong Kong, obtained her master’s degree in journalism and communications from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Kary has devoted herself to promoting the history and beauty of Chinese tradition and culture. She does this via interactive and customised workshops and education programmes for children in schools and members of the public.

主讲者简介

林敏琪是香港设计及文化研究工作室的文化教育导师。她获香港理工大学(荣誉)文学士,主修应用及媒体艺术。她希望通过与小朋友分享华族传统文化,让他们了解这些文化在现今生活中的意义和价值,并爱上华族文化。

李敏怡是香港设计及文化研究工作室的文化教育导师。她获香港中文大学社会科学院硕士学位,主修新闻及传播。她致力推动华族传统及文化、发掘华族文化的美好价值,并为不同层面的学生和公众筹备各项工作坊和教育活动,期望能为传播华族文化尽一份力。

SHARING SYNOPSIS

Hi, parents and children, when was the last time you had a meal with your family? In Chinese society, we always use a bowl and chopsticks to have a meal, but do you know the meaning behind them?

A bowl contains the caring thoughts of countless loving hands, filled to the brim with well wishes even before a meal is served. Children, learn to cherish these blessings as you feast on a sumptuous meal. When used expertly, chopsticks are a handy tool that can only be perfected through practice and patience while pushing yourself to the limit and facing obstacles head on. Pick up blessings from a bowl and share them out!

Thumbs Up Little Junior invites you and your parents to join us in this workshop where you will participate in fun activities and watch animation!

(This workshop is 60 minutes; each pair must consist of a K1/K2 child accompanied by a parent. Limited to 50 pairs of participants.)

摘要

家长和小朋友,你们好!还记得上次跟家人吃饭是什么时候吗? 我们常用碗筷进食,但你知道它们背后蕴藏的意义吗?

碗,记下无数双手的关怀;还未开饭,已经盛载着满满的祝福。筷子可以很方便地“取”与“舍”,但夹菜的功夫却不容易学习,需要持之以恒,克服困难,尽己之力。

《小小拇指》诚邀各位家长与小朋友参加工作坊,通过玩游戏和看动画,一起学习在饱餐的时候,一起捧住珍惜,好好学“筷”,把祝福从碗中夹起来,分享出去。

(工作坊为60分钟,每组必须由一名五、六岁的孩童及一名家长组成。每场限50组。)

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Jointly Organised By:

Supported By:

Jointly Organised By:

Ministry of Education, Singapore
Committe to Promote Chinese Language Learning
Malay Language Learning and Promotion Committee
Tamil Language Learning & Promotion Committee

Supported By:

Early Childhood Development Agency
Lee Kuan Yew Fund for Bilingualism
National Library Board, Singapore
Gen G
Tamil Murasu