By Ian Neubauer
The NSW chapter of MEA (Meetings and Events Australia) is holding its annual spring breakfast at the Chinese Gardens in Darling Harbour on September 24.
The event will start at 7:30am with champagne and light refreshments on arrival, followed by an explanation of the principles that govern the use of water, plants, stone and architecture in a traditional Chinese garden by resident horticulturalist, Philip Trot.
Attendees will also watch a Tai Chi demonstration while exploring the elaborate gardens before moving into The Tea House, where a hot breakfast will be served accompanied by a Chinese harpist playing from the Lenient Jade Pavilion.
For more information contact Amanda Petrie on 02 9929 5400 or click here.