W.O.W Maker Series: Grandma's Recipes Book Launch

June 8, 2017

Designed by NYC-based graphic designer Christal Sih and published by Singapore's Math Paper Press, Grandma's Recipes is a compilation of photographs, writings and a Chinese-Singaporean family's recipes. Join us as Christal talks about her process in publishing her first recipe book inspired by and in collaboration with her grandma (who will be skyping in from Singapore!). This book launch is the first event of a series profiling different Asian American makers and creatives at Wing On Wo & Co.

"Mary Sih is my grandmother — her cooking prowess comes from decades of cooking, studying recipe books, watching cooking television shows and exchanges with my family and friends. Armed with only an iPhone to take photos and notes, I try to learn as much as I can without getting in her way."
Browse the book on BooksActuallyhttps://www.booksactuallyshop.com/products/grandmas-recipes

Originally from the sunny island of Singapore, Christal Sih completed her BFA in Graphic Design at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and is now based in New York City. 
As a graphic designer, she integrates illustration and photography into her design practice. In her personal work she is interested in post-colonialism, and hybridity as a basis for constructing identity. 

More of her work can be seen here: http://christalsih.com/

W.O.W Spring Plant Sale

Saturday, April 8th 11 AM - 6 PM 


W.O.W is celebrating the start of spring with a plant sale. Swing by and pick up a W.O.W original plant as tiny or large enough for your NYC apartment. All pottings are our own porcelain creations :)

W.O.W SIlenT Auction 

February 2 - 15, 2017 


Swing by during W.O.W's regular store hours from 10:30 AM - 6 PM to place your bid on original W.O.W crate wood designs in collaboration with Overlook Woods.      ~All proceeds will be donated to The W.O.W Project ~

CITY OF HANDS 手成 Screening

September 15, 2016


Wing on Wo's very own porcelain shop mini-theatre. 


Wing on Wo & Co. was thrilled to present CITY OF HANDS, a 22-minute short film that profiles four young members of Jingdezhen's ceramics community, exploring what brought them to the city and what made them stay.

Jingdezhen is China’s porcelain capital. Slowly forgotten after being home to the emperor’s imperial kilns for a thousand years, the city is now filled with young artists. An oasis for creatives in China’s urban east, people from all over the country come to Jingdezhen to follow their porcelain dreams. CITY OF HANDS is a look into the lives of four young residents of Jingdezhen.

+ The screening was followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and a launch of new Wing on Wo porcelain ware.


Nate & AJ discuss the inspiration behind City of Hands. 


Nathaniel Brown, Director/writer

Nathaniel is filmmaker, photographer, and translator based in China and the United States, producing content focused on art, culture and travel. He was a Fulbright Scholar to China in 2013-2014 and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese. His recent projects have focused on young Chinese artists in different mediums and how they seek to delineate themselves in the market and creative sphere. Beyond this, he is currently working through the footage, photos, and text from a 35,000 km motorcycle trip from Shanghai to London he took in 2015.

AJ Sinker, Writer/editor

AJ Sinker is a filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. His work includes documentary short Balloons Over Plymouth (2011) which is available internationally on ShortsHD, lifestyle brand Top Shelf Premium’s web series Off Top, and various content for Major League Baseball.