Cancellation is free of charge 1 hour before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 1 hour before the scheduled start time.
If you are not a resident of Singapore, please take note that the vendor will be happy to give you one of their ready-made products at the end of the workshop. However, if you wish to bring your own product home, Culturally has arranged for courier services at an optimum price. Please advise “courier service required” at check-out and a representative will contact you!
Dragon kiln itself has more than 3000 years of history, it was introduced by the migrants from China to Singapore. Thow Kwang dragon kiln was built in 1940, and first-generation Tan Kim Seh bought over the kiln in 1965. It was used to fire mass-produced items like latex cups for rubber plantation, orchid pots for nurseries, water jars etc. By virtue of this, it is evident that Thow Kwang Industry, or perhaps the entire industry of ceramic production, has been an active and efficacious economic contributor. Today, Thow Kwang Dragon Kiln fires 2-3 times a year. Preserving and sustaining the traditions for more than 50 years and sharing experiences with the younger generations. The dragon kiln is also a cultural icon to educate the younger generation on traditions, heritage and Chinese culture, particularly from the Teochew dialect group.
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