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Hanji Craft Class 2012
There are many ways that you can experience the spirit of Korean culture, and here is the most interesting first approach we warmly recommend, the Hanji Gongye (Traditional Korean Paper Craft Making). This is an exciting chance to learn some of the beautiful techniques involved in the art, not to mention experience crafting using the resilient yet flexible traditional Korean paper.
The class is open to everyone who is craving to learn about Korean culture in a fun way. Regardless of whether you’re a beginner or a crafts enthusiast, have an original and refreshing experience today! So how does it work? It’s simple! Visit KCO, then sign up to be a KCO member and enrol in the Hanji Gongye Class. All that’s left to do is roll up your sleeves and begin. Seeing your object slowly takes life and to finally take it home is an enjoyable experience not to be missed.
The KCO is located near the central CBD (just across from Museum Station, 255 Elizabeth Sydney), so please visit ourfacilities and collect details on Hanji Gongye today.
♥ Program Details
Dates & Venue
- April 10 – May 29, 2012 (8 weeks) / Every Tuesday 5pm-7pm
- Classroom @ Korean Cultural Office
♥ How to apply
- Online : Fill in the application form below
ø After completing the application form online, you will receive a confirmation email for submission.
- Offline : Visit our office for the application form and submit in person.
- Application fee (Member $20 /Non-member $40) to be paid with enrolment application(within 7 working days)
ø Class enrolment will not be completed until you make a payment.
ø Payment option : Cash or Cash Cheque (No credit card payment available)
ø Postal Address : ‘Korean Cultural Office’ Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
♥ Program Schedule
Week 1 and 2: Traditional Plate
Week 3, 4 and 5: Pencil Holder
Week 6, 7 and 8: Decorative Box
Irene Kyung-soo Woo
Source: Korean Cultural Office in Sydney
Hello Kitty Steamed Sponge Cake
250 gm top flour
250 gm caster sugar
2 tbsp milk powder
6 large eggs
60 gm corn oil
♥ Sift flour and milk powder together.
♥ Beat the eggs and sugar together till light pale in color and the ribbon stage. (If you lift the beaters up and do a figure of eight on the batter, the figure of 8 must be visible for about 3 secs. before disappearing).
♥ Gradually fold in the flour mixture and oil and batter till well mix using a spatula.
♥ Pour batter into a Hello Kitty Big Cake Mold.
♥ Cover the top with aluminium foil.
♥ Steam on high heat for 30 mins and check if skewer comes out clean.
♥ If not, steam for another 5 to 10 minutes.
My collection of Japanese craft books
I bought so many craft books from Kinokuniya lately~ but I didn’t have time to work on them at all. Like many people have already noticed, Japan has the cutest crafts ever~ And most of the books that I bought are from Japan ^_^. I also have been eyeing on some Korean craft books and doll books, but too bad that they are not available in Sydney yet TT_TT. I hope one day, Kyobo will open a store in Sydney like Kinokuniya.
♥ Wonderful Animals
♥ Small Animals
♥ Clay accessories.
♥ Clay Mini Food.
♥ Clay accessories for mobile phones.
♥ Felt dolls.
♥ Needle felting. (Japanese~ super duper cute ^^)