EAGAA was started five years ago when many up and coming Cake Artists were trying to gain entry into the professional world of culinary arts. The founder - Agnes Chin, with her international support of Cake Artists in USA, UK and Europe, decided to develop a network of light-minded Cake Artists to share and exchange their talents with many artists around the world. The birth of EAGAA was created from being able to share ones passion and gift through workshops, tutorials, competitions just for the love of the Art.
Five years later, EAGAA has evolved into a more solid and focused non profit with a much bigger vision of helping and spreading more fun and love of Edible Arts. The core board members are still international Chefs and Artists from Asia, Europe and USA. A platform to support the community of Culinary artisans, cake artists, home Bakers and Cooks to improve, retrain and network.
We collaborate with NGOs to train physically handicapped. We develop and organize competitions and challenges for professionals and amateurs in the world of Edible Arts. EAGAA partners with Cookies Smiles to raise funds for many initiatives in areas of common domain.
Chef George W Germann
Master Pastry Chef & Chocoletier
Chef George has travelled the world and have held many exciting career challenging positions. He is a member of the South African Chefs Association, Chain des Rotisseur and inducted to the Academy of Chefs, South Africa. He now resides in Sarawak as the Chef Patron and co-owner of Razzmatazz Bistro & Bar.
Kao Sieu Luc
General Director and Founder of Asia Bakery & Confectionery Private Enterprise
Mr. Kao Sieu Luc started in a small facility in District 11 - Ho Chi Minh City in 1989; where all productions were hand-made and managed by family members. After an exciting career, with the “Dừa lưới” bread as his greatest success, Mr. Kao left the Duc Phat Brand in 2007 and eventually started Asia Bakery & Confectionery, also known as ABC Bakery.
President of Hong Kong Bakery & Confectionery Association
In a moment of transition towards new possibilities of expression between the traditional Chinese and European influences, Louisa Ho is playing an important role in gearing up the evolution. Whether it is due to her institutional role as president of the guild of bakers of Hong Kong, or due to her long professional career, the path ahead that she has blazed is exercising considerable influence upon her compatriots in a pâtisserie that is being redefined.
Co-Owner of Bake Me A Cake
Mercedes Strachwsky is a self-taught cake designer and co-owner of Bake Me A Cake with her husband and fellow pastry chef Alex Strachwsky. Mercedes discovered cakes when she ordered a birthday cake for her son and was not happy with the results. She began a hobby in cakes and it continued to grow. As she continued creating new ideas for cakes her passion grew into teaching. Nowadays, she enjoys teaching locally and internationally, sharing her passion with many. In addition, Mercedes travels the world demonstrating her Satin Ice rolled fondant techniques.