In Chinese culture, Mid-Autumn Festival, aka Mooncake Festival, would not be completed without mooncakes. Although nowadays you can almost purchase any kinds of flavours at bakeries or restaurants, making them by yourself is a different experience and the recipients would definitely appreciate more than those one bought from popular retail stores. This time, the young ones can learn how to make their very own mooncakes at Junior Explorers. Open to kids from 4 to 12 years, there will be two sessions where they can learn how to make traditional baked or snow skin mooncakes. They’ll also get to bring home their creations to savor after the session. For your information, snow skin mooncakes are a non-baked mooncake originating from Hong Kong. The snow skin mooncake was developed by a bakery in Hong Kong, because the traditional mooncakes were made with salted duck egg yolks and lotus seed paste, resulting in very high sugar and oil content.
Junior Explorers, is a very child friendly creative learning center where children develop their life-skills, at the same acquiring knowledge through interesting lessons and activities. They strongly believe that “Learning should be fun!” and our children will definitely learn better in a stress-free environment. In Junior Explorers, there are many hands-on activities for the children, to enhance their fine motor skills as well as to spark their imagination. During the lesson, children are taught to develop their process-oriented thinking with many more interactive activities.
Fees are priced at RM128 per person, including materials. More information here.
What: The young ones can learn how to make their very own snow skin and traditional mooncakes at Junior Explorers.
When: September 1, 2019 from 9:30am – 4:30pm
Junior Explorers, One City, Subang Jaya, B-09-02, Garden Shoppe One City, Jalan USJ 25/1A, Subang Jaya, Selangor 47650, Malaysia, Website