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The Tea Republic (ttr)

As promised here are some pictures of The Tea Republic, venue for my next book binding workshop held on Saturday next week(28 Jan). The Tea Republic [ttr] is perfectly positioned in a quiet cosy corner on the 2nd floor of Bangsar Shopping Centre (S132, 2nd Floor, Bangsar Shopping Centre, a New Wing Annexe).

will have this corner for book binding workshop
It was so great to be able to bring my workshop to a different venues each time. Great experience to me as well as to all participant. There are no limit of trying at different places with different food too each time, it make me happy to see everyone happy:)

Had a discussion with sweet Sumita the ttr owner, and we decided to have my workshop at an open air shaded balcony plus some corner in the shop. I am expecting 7-10 participant this time around this time.... yeaaay...//syam


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