Ken Hom OBE: Chinese values and how they are relevant in the world today

6:30pm - 9:00pm / Tuesday 15th May 2018
Type: Lecture / Category: Public / Series: Open House 2018
  • Admission: £16/£14.50 for concessions. Price includes a viewing of the Terracotta Warriors.
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Confucius said: “Food can never be too good and cooking can never be done too carefully.”

Join American chef and author Ken Hom OBE to hear how the ancient sage shaped China’s social codes and values and how this has impacted on Modern China. Ken will talk about Confucius’s teaching and his respect for elders and family loyalty, qualities that are all still valued by the people of China today.

Tickets to this event also secure access to the stunning China’s First Emperor and Terracotta Warriors Exhibition.