Step inside the beautiful Sister Kong Bao House opening on 123 Victoria Street sooner than soon.
Are you ready to enjoy a delicious Bao or three, at Potsticker’s newest Sister- Sister Kong? We have all the information you need to ensure you are ready! Sister Kong will be open to the public from Friday 21 July! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Take a look for yourself at Societe’s sneak peak, giving you the ins and outs ready for the opening!
Sister Kong brings good fortune- and good food! Spread the word and be sure to excite your taste buds.
So who is Sister Kong?
Han dynasty (206 B.C.E. –A.D. 220)
Many know about the Japanese geisha but this tradition, and even its name, came from China. While the geisha tradition continues in Japan, the remarkable Chinese courtesan culture has passed into history.
These elegant, talented, yet “forbidden” women, became the fashionable women of their time, much like modern models and movie stars. They cultivated skills in music, poetry, painting, calligraphy – and of course flirting — and fascinated wealthy businessmen, high officials, learned scholars, even prominent monks.
A few became famous for walking a tight rope and performing acrobatics such as somersaulting or hanging upside down. Not only was there no net, sharp swords were pointed toward them, ensuring their death should they fall. One such famous woman was called Sister Kong…
Sister Kong was so famous her would-be clients had to compete with each other for their favours.
She used her influence to stop pillage by European soldiers and even, it is said, saved the life of the Empress.
Her favourite food? Bao of course, who can blame her.
Keep up to date with the latest news & sneak peaks of their space on Sister Kong’s Facebook.
We too, will keep you informed here!