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He makes sugar art.

  • 1 Sugar man HK candy9 ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
    Louis To molds a sugar creature at his candy shop. (Isaac Lawrence/AFP)
  • 2 Sugar man HK candy1 ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
    Mr. To uses colorful sugar mixtures to decorate his candy. (Isaac Lawrence/AFP)
  • 3 Sugar man HK candy5b ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
    Mr. To places a sugar dragon in a spot to dry at his shop. (Isaac Lawrence/AFP)
  • 4 Sugar man Candy dragon credit Kristy Or HONEYCOMBERS
    The craft of blowing sugar candy has been practiced for over 600 years in China and Hong Kong. (Kristy Or/Honeycombers)
  • 5 Sugar man Louis to daughters credit Kristy Or HONEYCOMBERS
    A girl enjoys Mr. To’s blown sugar candy. (Kristy Or/Honeycombers)
  • 1 Sugar man HK candy9 ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
  • 2 Sugar man HK candy1 ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
  • 3 Sugar man HK candy5b ISAAC LAWRENCE AFP
  • 4 Sugar man Candy dragon credit Kristy Or HONEYCOMBERS
  • 5 Sugar man Louis to daughters credit Kristy Or HONEYCOMBERS

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The melted sugar is hot.  Mr. To forms it into a ball.  He stretches it.  He blows air into it.  He shapes it into a lion.

What sugar treats do you make at Christmas?

Pray: Thank God for the skills He gives each person. He helps people make food tasty and beautiful.

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Louis To is a sugar artist in Hong Kong. His job is an old art form. Many children in Hong Kong and China liked to make and eat candy sculptures about 50 years ago. Now few people make this art. Many of the creatures Mr. To creates are from ancient Chinese stories. Modern sugar artists often use molds to shape candy. Mr. To uses his hands and scissors. He takes great care to make his treats lovely.

“Having gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us use them.” (Romans 12:6)