CCA Cooking Pot Project

Ricefield is really proud of partnering with CCA Glasgow to bring events as part of the Cooking Pot Project.


Upcoming events:

Ricefield Chinese Potluck Dinner (Vegetarian) at The Project Cafe, Wednesday 9th December, 2015 at 18:00

Ricefield’s Chinese Potluck Dinner focuses on the sharing of Chinese food, recipes inspired by the past and present Glaswegian Chinese community and the stories surrounding it. We invite the community to bring your homemade Chinese dish and enjoy a good meal with others. Whether it’s soup, rice or noodle dish or dessert, come with a prepared dish and share your story.


We are building a community project centred around the design of a Ricefield Chinese & Community recipe book and we would love you to be a part of it by contributing your recipe and story of your favourite Chinese dish. Please e-mail your recipes or to get involved in the design!
Please note: As The Project Cafe is a vegetarian cafe, all dishes must be vegetarian. Thank you for your cooperation.

Free – RSVP here


Past events:

Dumpling Night at The Glad Cafe, Tuesday, 15 September 2015 from 19:00 to 22:00

Discover the broad variety of regional Chinese dumplings and the family traditions that are embedded within their preparation, through their different techniques, flavours and assorted styles.Learn, discuss and participate in the preparation and cooking of the dumplings, and of course end the evening with enjoying the tasty selection of dumplings that you and others have made!

Click here to buy tickets!


Chinese Bakery at bakery47, Monday, 28 September 2015 from 18:00 to 21:00

As part of the Mid-Autumn Festival in China, family and friends gather to offer and share the special baked festival food – mooncakes. At bakery47 learn about the symbolic importance, variety of styles, flavours and most importantly skills involved in making mooncakes. This is also an opportunity to discuss Chinese baking, its range of products and cultural influences, and of course an opportunity to taste test too! – Book tickets here


Ricefield Garnethill Community Dinner at The Project Cafe, 134 Renfrew St, Sun 4 October 2015 6pm, Free


To find out more about the premise of the project and all of the other exciting events and groups involved click here



Do you love cooking or eating Chinese food? If so please get in touch with us to discuss how you could be part of our Ricefield Recipes/ CCA Cooking Pot projects and videos!  e-mail us at



Glasgow Mela 2015

Thanks to everyone who came along and supported our trade stand and kite mkaing workshop at the Glasgow Mela 2015! We all had a great time, especially under the beautiful tree making kites!



Chinese Culture Market – Dragon Boat Festival


Takeaway China Spring Programme 2015!

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Ricefield Chinese Arts and Cultural Centre presents TAKEAWAY CHINA,

our spring programme celebrating Chinese film, art and crafts.

By attending the diverse range of events and activities, you will be able to ‘takeaway’ a slice of Chinese culture. We especially want to thank our partners this year: The Glad Café, Dumpling Inn, Creative Cargo-Glasgow Sculpture Studio and LocoFoco for all their support and inspiration!

To book activities, please contact: Ricefield at or call 07889459672

LIAOLIAOBA!   聊聊吧! Interested in Chinese culture and looking to make friends whilst exploring new places in Glasgow? Come for a blether at our new travelling culture cafe LiaoLiaoBa! (Chinese for let’s chat about it!) Whether you speak Chinese or English, as long as you like to chat you are welcome!

Date: Sat. 28th March Time:  2-4pm Cost: FREE Venue: St Mungo’s Museum

TEA AND CALLIGRAPHY Learn the art of Chinese calligraphy in among the wonderful smells and tastes of some of the world’s oldest teas. Not only will you get to taste various teas but you will get the opportunity to experience traditional tea ceremony with your new friends.

Date: Tues 24 March/28 April/26 May/23 June Time: 10.30-12.30 Cost: £80 (all 4 sessions) Venue: Kung Fu Tea- Haymarket Edinburgh

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