The Worldchefs Global Development of Young Chefs Committee appoints Tina Tang from Canada, as a Worldchefs Young Chefs Ambassador. She will be joining the team of 11 other Worldchefs Young Chefs Ambassadors around on the globe to strengthen the global young chefs movement.
More about Tina
Tina Tang grew up in the small town of Courtenay located on Vancouver Island in the province of British Columbia, Canada. She began her culinary journey at the age of 16 with the help of a local Canadian Culinary Federation branch president. Tina’s first jobs was a Sunday Brunch omelette station cook. She then progressed to working on the line doing breakfast, lunch, dinner as well as private functions. Tina soon discovered that culinary arts was her passion and chose to make it her career. After three years at her first restaurant and with two years of schooling under her belt, she decided to move to the Okanagan. Tina is currently living in Kelowna, British Columbia. She is an active board member of the Okanagan Chefs Association, as well as she sits on the National Canadian Culinary Federation Executive Board as Western Junior VP. After three years, developing her culinary skills she has shifted over to the sweet side of the kitchen to expand her culinary horizons. Tina is currently the Pastry Chef at The Grapevine Restaurant at Gray Monk Estate Winery. When Tina is not in the kitchen you can find her attending her vegetable garden, dining at her favourite restaurants or out enjoying the beautiful sun.
Worldchefs looks forward to her valued contributions to the global young chefs community.