Here are the things we are experiencing related to ‘China’. Please share your suggestions below…
Get your chinas round for a Chinese Takeway
On Thursday 19th April Josh and Adam are hosting a screening of Chinatown with a bunch of new and old china plates (mates). We’ll all order our favouite Chinese meal and maybe drink some Tsingtsao
Do the Wild Goose (and other Qi Gong moves)
Calming, energising and nourishing, Qi Gong is a wonderful and easy-to-pick up exercise. You repeat simple movements in time with your breathing, such as ‘Flying Wild Goose’, ‘Pushing the Wave’ or ‘Cloudwalking’.
Invest in china crockery
If your kitchen crockery is full of odds and ends, maybe this is the time to invest in some serious china for your next high tea party… Here’s a guide as to what different china is out there to suit you.
Visit a Chinese pagoda
Chinese pagodas are a wonder to visit – both on the outside and in. There may not be any temples or pagodas in your local area, but London’s Kew gardens does have one if you can get there.
Find a panda
Whether it be a miniature toy, stationary or even the real thing (in Belgium and Edinburgh zoos) the panda is quintessentially Chinese – and an animal that is both endearing and funny when throwing bamboo all over itself.
Visit Delft or Wedgwood for china pottery
There are certain epicentres where china pottery and ceramics are made, from Wedgwood in the UK to Delft in Holland. Both are good reasons for a mini-break and chance to upgrade your kitchenware to something more refined, perhaps.