Another fabulous ceramic plate form Yokky. It is a gift to her relatives seen in Facebook.
The first article says I went to PMQ on my birthday. You may be curious if I bought any birthday present for myself. Yes, I did. Here it is, a beautiful green plate with ripples quietly flow into my heart with tranquillity.
I visited PMQ another time to visit my school friend who ran a pottery shop Flow+ Living 好器色with two partners. Then I bought another plate of a collection called Knot Situation. Yokky used her mother's hand knit top to lay over the clay. It became a unique design which connects to her memory of her mum. Want to have a look? It's the one underneath my homemade muffin. I always like to serve my food with beautiful plates to enhance the joy of eating. As a coincidence it matches the mind of Yokky's creation. The word 器 means utensils. The four months 口denote 4 people eating together to enjoy a nice meal.
Shortly after my birthday this year, 2017, I visited PMQ with an intention to buy another plate from Flow+ Living. Not only one but I also bought a pale green bowl with rice stencilled at the bottom. They add calmness to my heart. I wish I will extend the purchase of homemade pottery from Yokky on all coming birthdays.
It was my birthday. I spent it with my second family in Nürnberg the previous two years. This year I was in Hong Kong and would like to do something special. PMQ was the idea to spend a nice afternoon, to be close to creativity and energy. It looks like a residence from the photo. Yes, historically it was a school, then married police quarter and lately a place for creative stores.
Flow + Living. It sells artistic handmade ceramic dining wares. I fell in love with her art out of the first sight. Yes, I bought one on my birthday.
Of all shops, here are some which delighted me: home decoration, gifts and a bakery with guests playing mandolin. Lovely!
By chance I watched a TV show highlighting some stores there. Click here to have a view in Cantonese.
35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong