Rollingfun fact: Are there many shapes & sizes for rice paper?

Do you know that a rice paper comes in different shapes and sizes! Lets dive into the world of these amazingly thin translucent sheets. In the past, rice papers were made manually by hand with a steam pot. The steam pot often has a rounded shape. After the sheets were moulded in the steaming pot, […]

Rolling Fun- New Studio Setup

Rolling Fun for families and community offers toolkit with video classes

It is just one week to the school holiday. Almost families keep their kids at home for safety. Social distance applies to the social gathering. Each family becomes an island where family time makes around the clock on week days. Rolling Fun changes its studio from class-oriented education setup to a new setup to bring […]

Rolling Fun Coronavirus school-closure model

Rolling Fun updated model to deal with Coronavirus

Schools are preparing to cope with the worst case of Coronavirus (COVID-19): school closures. Students will leave schools and parents leave the office to stay at home in the lockdown scenario. Learning from home might be a good experience and a new challenge, for teachers, parents, young students, and also Rolling Fun. Originally, Rolling Fun […]

Rolling Fun is in National Future School Expo

Rolling Fun tool kit is in the National FutureSchools Expo

Rolling Fun backs to the National FutureSchools Expo in Melbourne in March 2020 as an exhibitor. Last year, Rolling Fun was there in the Expo for the first time to introduce our service.This year 2020 we continue presenting our project with the complete Rolling Fun tool kit. It is for Early Learning Centres and primary schools […]

Dong Da victory celebration

Rolling Fun Fact: Rice Paper Rolls were strategically used 200 years ago in a battle

Innovation is a key word that we often use at present. In history, especially in war times, there were lots of innovations happened. Believe it or not, those innovations sometimes have become lessons for generations. Using rice paper rolls as the main food in a battle might uncover a mysterious victory in the past. This was […]

Spring Rolls book by Bui Thi Suong

Rolling Fun fact: Spring rolls and rice paper rolls: two different foods.

Rice paper rolls are sometimes called spring rolls by many people. But spring roll is an entirely different food called Chả Giò (Cha Gio) or Nem (the Vietnamese name for spring rolls). It is a deep fried pastry roll filled with meat, prawn, vegetable,… It’s another well known food to Vietnam. According to Bui Thi […]

Rolling Fun - young students make veggie rice paper roll

Rollingfun fact: Rice Paper Roll and it’s many different names.

In Vietnamese, rice paper roll is known as Goi Cuon. The rice paper roll has followed the immigration flow of Vietnamese people to countries around the world. Bustling with flavours, colours and textures these rolls comprise of various ingredients. The roll is usually filled with prawn, pork or smoked salmon while its vegetarian counterparts are packed […]

Rice Paper Roll as a snack

Fun fact: Rice paper roll, is it a family meal or street food?

Nowadays, these fresh rice paper rolls are readily available in Asian food stores or restaurants on the street. It is a part of family meal in Vietnam, that has now transformed into “ready to eat” convenient snack for food businesses. I believe that rice paper roll originated from Vietnamese farmer families who used fresh ingredients […]

Fun workshop welcomes the spring in a Full Moon Festival

After our Rolling Fun workshops were conducted in classes in a primary school, a student’s mother who runs the Foodie Trails business invited Rolling Fun to participate in her business’s food event. It was the Full Moon Festival in the Dandenong Market. It is Spring time, so Rolling Fun was there with people to welcome […]

A member of La Trobe Accelerator Program and EduGrowth

What a very good news for this week! After a video pitch and an interview by a big panel, Rolling Fun has secured a ticket to officially go into the La Trobe Accelerator Program Cohort #4 (2019). With intensive 12-week support, the program will help us take the Rolling Fun service to a next level. […]