A Special Gung Haggis Fat Choy Box Dinner for Two will be available for purchase at Floata Restaurant in Vancouver Chinatown. We wanted to make something special that you can eat at home, and that we can describe at our Livestream event!
It will contain almost all the food that we normally serve at a GHFC Banquet Dinner.
Corn soup with egg clouds, spicy jelly fish, turnip cake appetizer, haggis dumpling appetizer, special lettuce wrap, slice of haggis, saulteed sole, mongolian beef, buddhist feast and long life e-fu noodles. Price is $$65. Please call Floata to pre-order by Saturday 1.00pm. Pick-up will be aprox 1.00-5.00pm on Sunday. Please call 604 602 0368 or email email@example.com – ask for Brian.
Simon Kempston – Edinburgh Scotland
singer-songwriter in folk tradition and trained in classical guitar, I have hosted house concerts when he comes to Vancouver. We first met at the Railray Club in Vancouver when I was wearing a kilt.
Dr. Leith Davis Burnaby BC
English Professor and Director of Center of Scottish Studies at SFU – She writes and lectures about the global Burns diaspora, plays fiddle and piano. She created the SFU Burns poetry reading marathon event.
author/historian – writer of youth, adult & juvenile fiction, poetry and books about Chinatowns – I first met Paul when he chaired the 1986 Saltwater City exhibit about 100 years of Chinese history in Vancouver.
Ken McGoogan – Toronto ON
Author of 15 books about the Scottish & Celtic diaspora in Canada + Franklin’s journey in Northwest Passage. Introduced to me via email by CBC Radio’s Shelagh Rogers. I’ve promised Ken to visit the Actic someday soon. https://kenmcgoogan.blogspot.com/p/home_11.html
Fiona Tinwei Lam – Vancouver BC
Born in Scotland – Poet and Creative writing teacher and author of three poetry books and a children’s book, editor/co-editor of three anthologies. Her poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have been published in over forty anthologies. Her sister Shona once paddled on our Gung Haggis Fat Choy dragon boat team.
** Sorry no special GHFC dinner orders will be taken on Sunday – but you could order from their regular Take-Out Menu. Or if you live farther away from Vancouver Chinatown — order from your Favourite Chinese Restaurant or Scottish Restaurant, or cook up your own special meal. We had to make it a pre-order by Saturday 1.00pm – so that the restaurant can go shopping for enough fresh ingredients, have the chefs prepare on Sunday morning by noon-time so that people can pick up between 1.00-5.00pm, and take home to be in front of their computer or TV screens by 5.00pm.