Make your own Chopsticks!
Carve your own unique pair of wooden chopsticks today!
About the workshop
Learn to make this exquisite pair of rosewood chopsticks that’s great as a gift for friends and family. While the chopsticks is a ubiquitous tool used in Asia, many of you probably don't know the extensive history behind this household item and the differences between chopsticks across South East Asia.
Did you know, for example, that the chopsticks were invented in China, with the earliest pair made of bronze? Used for cooking and stirring fires back then, they were first utilised as eating utensils only in the Han Dynasty (206 BC–220 AD).
Fun fact: Well-renowned philosopher Confucious, being vegetarian, believed that chopsticks would remind people of the slaughterhouse, evoking violence and warfare. Thus, Chinese chopsticks were made to have blunt and round instead of pointed ends.
What you will experience
Get down and dirty with professionals in this easy woodworking class.
Learn the basics of woodworking such as planing, tapering, sanding and oiling in this 2-3 hour course. Get hands-on throughout the process of creating your own unique pair of chopsticks to be brought home on the same day.
No experience required.
Booking & Cancellation Policy
Unfortunately, cancellation is not permitted for this workshop.
Booking must be made 3 days before the scheduled start time.
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Yew Tee Station (North South Line)