Eating moon cakes, enjoying the moon and lighting up the lanterns are common traditions of Mid-Autumn festival. Talking about moon cakes, I highly recommend you to try the Club’s extraordinary home-made ‘Mini Moon Cakes with Custard and Egg Yolk’, which have been very popular with Club Members in the past few years.
Let me show you how the cake was made.
Chef is now making the casing and adding the egg yolk to the moon cake.
Our Club uses wooden mold which are a traditional Chinese way to make moon cakes.
Egg yolk is painted on the moon cake’s surface and they are ready to bake.
Finally, our delicious and tasty moon cakes are ready to try!
Moon cakes are ready to pack!
Enjoy the moon cakes and the sweetest time with your family and friends. I hope all of you have a warm and joyful Mid-Autumn festival.
As the school term finally broke up for the summer break, it could mean only one thing at the Club – Summer Camps!
This year we offered some of our regular and popular camps such as Swimming and Tennis. These have again proved to be very well attended, and I’d like to thank the coaches as well as the participants for making them such fun. We also embarked on some new and interesting activities for this summer program and I am pleased to say that our Chess Academy as well as Science & Technology themed Astro Camp was very well received, and are activities that we will certainly do again in the future.
Please see some pictures below.
Swim Camp – Tropical Pool. C’mon guys, kick your legs!’
Tennis Camp, where learning to make proper contact with the ball, correctly identifying strokes and grips for particular shots was the focus . . . and fun!
The Astro Camp with inflatable Space Dome allowed our junior astronomers and explorers to learn about the constellations, make a comet and build their own telescope. Studying rocket flight and creating alien life forms certainly made for an out-of-this-world experience. Space-age face painting was also a big hit.
From the Sports for Fun Camp, a host of various activities, such as Basketball, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Football, Obstacle Games, Badminton and Rugby to name a few were introduced and enjoyed by all.
The Chess Academy helps to build children’s character through the learning of international chess. It was very encouraging to see so many youngsters interested in a where they learn to use their minds, improving their attention span as well as their sportsmanship.
There were also some Arts and Crafts classes where the children could decorate their own 12:1 doll house cake shop with various styles of clay cakes and breads.
There are still activities and camps available throughout August and we look forward to you joining in the fun.
Please contact our Activities Team on 2814 5403 or email email@example.com for further information.
Director of Sports & Recreation