Chef Sang teaches entrepreneurs and future restauranteurs the basics of sushi and current trends in Japanese cuisine in our country. Thanks to the Chinese Hospitality Association of Canada for deepening culinary education in our country.
(The finished plates of sushi were prepared by these first-time students.)
CTV News covers our own Chef Sang on his #giftingkimchi campaign to the courageous civilian first-responders of the van attack in North York aka #NorthKoreatown. He did two drops of kimchi this day: one to the employees of Capital One (who held a private sushi class the very week of the attack); the other to Tiffany Jefkins, a CPR instructor, who was at the wrong place at the right time. #heroeswedeserve
Working with children in high-risk, low-income neighbourhoods is the raison d’être of Sushi Making For The Soul. It was founded by Chef Sang to raise awareness around childhood poverty in the GTA, as well as meaningfully engage children in the basics of culturally-relevant food literacy. Making sushi in a class environment was the vehicle to get the message out. During the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, Chef Sang will conduct four workshops with children from Toronto’s Regent Park and Moss Park neighbourhoods. Each workshop will teach children how to make a healthy Korean dish on a tight budget, as well as discuss issues around food waste.