Cantonese Wedding is festive and full of celebrational rituals.
- How does the traditional Cantonese wedding dress look like?
- What is the use of the umbrella and the rice?
- Why do the couple kneel down in front of the parents?
- What? A wedding chaperone…?
- What are all the must-do steps of these complex big events,
- Why is it done like that?
Join this workshop to find out more about the traditions and etiquettes of Cantonese Weddings!
About our speaker:
Wayne Chau has many different identities. He is an award-winning poet, writer, educational innovator, and trainer, as well as a social innovator and promoter of traditional Chinese culture. He holds a Master’s degree in Education and was awarded the Silver Award in the Quality Education category at the UNLEASH Global Innovation Lab competition. He was also appointed as the first Honorary Ambassador of Turku University and Lapland University in Finland.
As a disciple of the Lingnam Poetry, Wayne has won over ten awards in poetry and couplets competitions in Hong Kong, including two championship titles. He has always been actively promoting traditional Chinese culture and Cantonese, and his poetry and calligraphy works have been used for charity auctions in several countries. In addition, he is also an expert in parenting education, having delivered hundreds of sharing and written columns for various magazines over the years.