Worldchefs Without Borders raised almost 1744 euros at the FHC Competition
Worldchefs Without Borders and Worldchefs Young Chef Development raised almost 1744 euros at the Food and Hotel China in Shanghai charity lunch. The food was provided by four national young chef teams that cooked up their regional dishes from Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea and China.
Celebrity Chef Tony Khoo signed off his book as a donation to the charity event. Worldchefs President Gissur Gudmundson praised the event and urged members of the Worldchefs family around the world to support the humanitarian division of Worldchefs.
The FHC China International Culinary Arts Competition is China’s largest Western style cooking competition and forms an important training and motivation opportunity for all participating chefs and the many visitors that attend to support their colleagues from every level of the hospitality industry. The competition has been staged successfully for 16 consecutive years. It has attracted some 300 chefs from China and overseas competing over 14 categories in 2011 including live cooking of meats and seafood; bakery displays; vegetable and ice carving; buffet displays and more. Competitors were judged by a panel of leading chefs from the World Association of Chefs Societies.
The FHC China International Culinary Arts Competition is held alongside FHC China show which one is the China's top food & hospitality trade exhibition every year.