Cantonese Tong Shui with Victoria Li from Kwantung Hui Kuan

About the programme

Cantonese tong shui can be translated literally as ‘sugar water’ and it refers to a sweet soup that is usually served at the end of a meal. Join Victoria Li from the Singapore Kwangtung Hui Kuan on a kitchen adventure where she whips up some of these delectable homemade soups!

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Programme Details



Ticket Price

S$20 (excluding eventbrite service fee)


Entrance of Museum @ My Queenstown (46-3 Commonwealth Drive #01-388 Singapore 140463)


Dress comfortably. Masks are mandatory

This is a vegetarian and non-Halal dish. The soups may contain dairy, gluten and other allergens. Participants are reminded to declare their food allergies, if any, in the registration form.

Participants must abide by the house rules set out by the host (eg. out-of-bound areas, use of toilet). Facilitators will brief participants before the start of the programme.

Please arrive 20 minutes before our scheduled meeting time for registration and temperature taking.

Please do not attend the event if you are feeling unwell.

Look out for our facilitators who will be wearing yellow or blue festival t-shirts.

Meet Victoria Li!

Hello everyone, I am Victoria Li, the Honorary President of the Singapore Kwangtung Hui Kuan. I grew up making Cantonese tong shui, so these desserts are an everyday affair for me. I think making tong shui is a way for me to connect with my roots even though I am not a big fan of sweet desserts. The preparation techniques, the knowledge of mixing and stirring the soups in different temperatures as well as the temperature control form part of my culinary heritage – I value these intangible aspects of dessert-making the most. I look forward to demonstrating my favourite desserts this coming August! See you there!

More about the Singapore Kwangtung Hui Kuan

The Singapore Kwangtung Hui Kuan was established in 1937. The clan association was started by eminent immigrants from Guangdong province, including Cantonese, Teochew, Hakka and Hainanese businessmen. The organisation aims to strengthen social ties, encourage unity, promote Chinese culture and contribute to charitable work. The clan association is governed by a management board which oversees the daily administration and varied activities of the associations. Singapore Kwangtung Hui Kuan is a federation comprising 66 clan association members, 10 trade organization members and a few hundred individual members.