FUN:) Project Directors

Chungwen Li, Dean of Ming-Ai (London) Institute

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Sesame Oil

Spirit Dim Sum: Cheung Fun, steamed or pan fired (because it looks plain or simple but in fact is difficult to make)

Maria Chong, Managing Director of Lee Kum Kee (Europe) Ltd.

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Premium Oyster Sauce & Chiu Chow Chilli Oil

Spirit Dim Sum: Chiu Chow Dumplings & Sweet Black Sesame Roll

The FUN:) Team

Kelly Meiessaar, FUN:) Project Manager

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Chilli Oil

Spirit Dim Sum: Sao Bao (they're pink!)

Yes, I am that European girl who goes around the country showing kids how to make a Chinese Stir-fry and I love it.  


C. Tam, FUN :) Coordinator

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Premium Oyster Sauce & Chiu Chow Chilli Oil

Spirit Dim Sum: Taro Cake

Belinda Yip, FUN:) Lead Trainer

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Sweet Soy Sauce with Chiu Chow Chilli Oil (perfect balance with extra kick!)

Spirit Dim Sum: Dumplings - "Life is like a dumpling! You never know what you get unless you make it."

Nina Powles, FUN:) Project Officer

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Black Bean & Garlic Sauce

Spirit Dim Sum: Potstickers (they call me the Dumpling Queen) 

I'm a writer from New Zealand who loves to teach people how to make dumplings. 

Milline Low, FUN:) Project Officer

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Chilli Bean Sauce

Spirit Dim Sum: Char Siu Bao

I'm from Penang, Malaysia. An island of food heaven. I like my food to be spicy! 

Charlotte Chan, FUN:) Project Officer

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Sesame Oil & Satay Sauce

Spirit Dim Sum: Har Gao

FUN:) Chef Ambassadors (in alphabetical order)

Kam Po But, Former Executive Chef of Memories of China Restaurant

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Garlic Sauce ( with all its ingredients)

Spirit Dim Sum: Shrimp Filled Courgette Boats (and I know how to make them real good!)

Jason Li, Assistant Director of Sales at The Ritz London

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Redbraising Sauce, Star Anise & Cinnamon Stick

Spirit Dim Sum: DongPo Pork Belly (though it's not really a dim sum laughing)

Jeremy Pang, Founder of School of Wok

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Wok

Spirit Dim Sum : Pineapple Bun

Ken Wang, Head Chef of the Chinese Cricket Club

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Sichuan Peppercorn Oil

Spirit Dim Sum: Chao Shou in a chilli-garlic dressing (it's just the best)

Andrew Wong, Owner and Head Chef of Michelin Star Restaurant A.Wong

Favourite Chinese Ingredient: Dumpling Vinegar

Spirit Dim Sum: Shanghai Soup Dumpling ( like me, it's unnecessarily complicated!)