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Friday, March 30 • 9:45am - 12:45am
The Far East Just Around the Corner: Dim Sum in Downtown's Chinatown

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Half day (morning)

Venue: Chinatown (downtown Toronto)

Maximum capacity: 15

Disabled Access--Yes

For full enjoyment, do not eat prior to this intimate foodie event with local culinary historian, Shirley Lum, of A Taste of the World Walks. We kick off with a walking tour of Toronto’s downtown Chinatown, the largest and one of many in the greater Toronto area. Ms Lum will guide us through an Asian grocery store, BBQ tasting, tea/herbalist shop, and bakery. The highlight is the hosted Dim Sum lunch, complete with chopsticks, tea pouring etiquette, and your Chinese horoscope for the Year of the Dragon. Ms Lum will order dishes to tantalize all of your senses.

This tour is intended to complement the afternoon tour to the Royal Ontario Museum’s world-renowned East Asian collection and library. Choose to register for just one tour, or make it a full day experience by registering for both tours.

Tour participants are requested to buy transit tokens at the Conference Registration Desk in advance of the tour, so that the group may depart on schedule.

9:45am – Departs promptly at 9:45am from the Hospitality/Registration Desk, Vide (Lower Concourse), Sheraton Centre, to proceed to the starting point of the tour (Lucky Moose Statue at 393 Dundas Street West at Beverley Street).

10:15am to 11:45am - Chinatown walking tour (grocery store, BBQ tasting, bakery, tea/herbalist shop)

11:45am to 12:45pm – Hosted dim sum lunch; Food allergies and other dietary restrictions can be accommodated with advance notice. Please contact Tours Coordinator: Linda Morita at lmorita@mcmichael.com

12:45pm to 1:30pm – Head over to the ROM, via TTC, for anyone doing the East Asian Treasures of the ROM tour


Friday March 30, 2012 9:45am - 12:45am
Lucky Moose Statue 393 Dundas Street West at Beverley Street)

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