Alfred Ng - Fine Artist

Alfred Ng

Toronto, On - Canada

 
 
 

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Alfred Ng

Toronto, On - Canada

Alfred Ng - Fine Artist

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About Alfred Ng

I was born in Hong Kong and grow up in Toronto, Canada. When I was about three years old, I came upon my teenager neighbor practicing her Chinese ink painting which lighted my interests and I started to paint and draw to amuse myself. My childhood interests stay with me and never left me. Everyday, after school all my spare time were spent making art.
In 1973 our family moved to Canada and I attended and graduated from Central Technical School and Ontario College of Art and Design University.
For the last 25 years, I working full time as an artist. Although I am known for my award winning watercolors but in recent years I also put my creativity into paper cuts, sculpture, recycled art and photography.
My inspiration come from experience in life, family history, people I met, places I had been to and things I observe.
My works can be view at

www.alfredng.ca
http://www.flickr.com/photos/alfredng/
https://www.facebook.com/alfred.ng.9028
https://alfredngdesign.wordpress.com/




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Dim Sum (literally meaning: touch the heart) was originally not a main meal, only a snack, and therefore only meant to touch the heart, it is now a staple of Chinese dining culture, The unique culinary art of dim sum originated with the Cantonese in southern China, who over the centuries transformed yum cha (tea drinking) from a relaxing respite to a loud and happy dining experience. In Hong Kong, and in most cities and towns in Guangdong province, many restaurants start serving dim sum as early as five in the morning. It is a tradition for the elderly to gather to eat dim sum after morning exercises. For many in southern China, yum cha is treated as a weekend family day. More traditional dim sum restaurants typically serve dim sum until mid-afternoon. However, in modern society it has become common place for restaurants to serve dim sum at dinner time, various dim sum items are even sold for take out.

Alfred Ng - streamed rice cup cake with red bean
 

streamed rice cup cake with red bean by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - deep-fried crab cake
 

deep-fried crab cake by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - taro dumplings
 

taro dumplings by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - shrimp dumpling
 

shrimp dumpling by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - Taro dumpling
 

Taro dumpling by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - Wonton Noodle
 

Wonton Noodle by Alfred Ng

Alfred Ng - Shao mal
 

Shao mal by Alfred Ng

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