Borderless approach to culinary lessons

Hands-on training: Cerchi (right) and Tang posing with the macarons after a Borderless Learning Masterclass.

TO keep lessons going in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, Taylor’s Culinary Institute (TCI) has adopted an approach that allows its students to attend classes virtually.

This need to pivot was necessary as the pandemic prolonged the movement control orders, restricting travel and the number of people allowed in confined spaces.

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