FRIDAY, 10 APRIL – Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Housewives and Women Staff Club (KESUMBA) under its Bureau of Economy and Consumerism today organised a Bun and Chinese Pastry-Making Workshop.
According to the Chief Bureau, Siti Aysha Rainawaty Abd Rashid, the aim of the workshop was to share knowledge as well as foster better relationship among its members, through the organising of activities for its club members, in line with its motto.
“We are planning to feature more cooking lessons in the future, which includes French and Arabic cuisine, cake-making sessions as well as food handling course,” she added.
The Bun and Chinese Pastry-Making workshop was limited to 25 members of the club who learned the correct method of making buns and Chinese pastry taught by another member of the club, Zuraidah Jamrin from the Faculty of Business, Economy and Accountancy of UMS.
Last month, the bureau organised a ‘taufu-fah’ or soya bean dessert-making workshop and was participated by more than 40 members of the club.
Membership to KESUMBA is still open and its form can be downloaded at https://www.ums.edu.my/kesumba. – FL
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