Dim Sum Warriors 点心侠® Doodle Date

Let’s get together for a special

Chinese New Year Reunion Doodle Date 新春[画]团圆! 

A giggle-filled 双语 bilingual livestream drawalong with special guests!

Join us in this special Chinese New Year-themed edition of our popular Doodle Dates!

The session will be hosted by education professor and award-winning filmmaker Dr. WOO Yen Yen together with award-winning screenwriter and cartoonist of New York Times bestselling books Colin GOH and our beloved Teacher Hsiao 萧老师.

During the session, Colin draw wacky food characters that the audience suggests—and everyone can draw along and learn what they’re called in both English and Chinese! All you need are some paper and pencils/pens/markers!

It’s always a lot of fun, and we’ve even been told that entire families join in too!

Dim Sum Warriors 点心侠® Doodle Date

The event will be LIVESTREAMED ON FACEBOOK on:

Saturday 6th Feb 2021

10.30 – 11.15 am Singapore/Malaysia/Hong Kong time (UTC+8)
USA time: Friday Feb 5th 6.30 pm PST | 9.30 pm EST

Joining Yen Yen and Colin will be some VERY SPECIAL GUESTS!

CHOW & LIN 赵与林

CHOW & LIN 赵与林

Award-winning Artists

Beijing-based artists Chow and Lin (Stefen Chow and Lin Huiyi) combine photography and typography with statistical, mathematical and computational techniques to address global issues. Their works have been referenced by the World Bank and exhibited in many galleries and museums, including the Hermitage Museum in Saint-Petersberg; the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, the China Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing and the Thessaloniki Museum of Photography. They will be joining the Doodle Date with their adorable children Little Chow and Littler Chow!

Dr. Henrietta Tsui-Leung 梁徐錦熹博士

Dr. Henrietta Tsui-Leung 梁徐錦熹博士

Founder and CEO of Ora-Ora | Co-Founder & President Emeritus of Hong Kong Art Gallery Association

A pioneer and unifier of the Hong Kong art gallery scene, Dr. Tsui-Leung co founded the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association in 2012. She established Ora-Ora in 2006 and has successfully launched the international careers of many contemporary artists, building major exhibition opportunities at international museums and art fairs.


Member, Promote Mandarin Council

A veteran of Singapore’s television scene, Lee Ee Wurn is currently the Programmes Director of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre 新加坡华族文化中心 and a member of the Promote Mandarin Council.

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The Doodle Date will also be streamed simultaneously on the feeds of our partner organizations:

Any questions? Email us at: hello@dimsumwarriors.com!