Picking VegetablesMaking Qingtuan

Description: Come to learn the whole process of making a traditional Chinese Tomb Sweeping Festival snack: the Qingtuan sweet dumpling! We’ll learn everything from picking to steaming and eating! All the materials and ingredients are from the local organic farm so they are guaranteed to be natural, safe and so delicious.

  • Learn about tea culture and drink good tea with the Chinese classical music — all while making new friends.
  • We’ll take a hike around the farm, see the crops and flowers, smell the soil and grass, and feel the nature!
  • We’ll play some team building games with new friends and get to know each other better and develop ourselves!

Date: Sunday April 13th, 9am to 7pm
9:00: We meet at a convenient location in Shanghai and ride to Chongming Island
10:30: Arrive at Chongming Island, introduction of the organic farm
10:30-11:00: Introduction games to break the ice and get to know each other
11:00-12:00: Lunch
12:00-12:30: Free time
12:00-13:30: Explore the farm and gather Aiqing plants for making Qingtuan
13:30-14:30: Prepare the Qingtuan
14:30-15:00: Steam and fry the Qingtuan
15:00-16:30: Eat the Qingtuan, learn about tea culture and drink tea
16:30-17:30: Cooperation, communication, co-creation, and trust-building games
17:30-19:00: Return to Shanghai

Picking VegetablesGroup Farm Photo

Qingtuan Sweet DumplingsMaking Qingtuan

Aicai-the-material-of-qingtuan-Sorting Tea

Farm Outdoors Team Building GameFarm Outdoors Team Building Game

Reservations: Standard price is 399 RMB per person, but the first 5 bookings are only 260 RMB per person! Spaces are limited so be sure to book early by emailing Karen at karen.wang@cookinshanghai.com!
The kid who is under 8 years old is free. 150RMB per kid for those who are above 8 years old ( including 8 years old )
We hope you’ll join us!