We've got the games just like Mom used to make! Our Cooking Games will entertain you and teach you everything you need to know about the kitchen. There's no need for reservations because we've got a table waiting for you at our Restaurant Games!The best kind of pie is handmade and you'll find out exactly what you need for dough, sauce, and topping combinations in our Pizza Games, or make a. Pancake Treasure Hunt Cut out some paper pancakes and hide them round the house and garden (like an Easter egg hunt). Older children could have clues on the back of each one that leads them to the next. Pancake Stepping Stones Cut out some large paper pancakes for the children to.
|Years active||fl. ca. 2000–2016|
Hong Kong Film Awards – Best Original Film Song (24th)
|Genres||Twee pop, Hong Kong English pop, Cantopop|
|Instruments||Vocal, Guitar, Melodica, Keyboard|
Elefant Records (2001)
The Pancakes is a Hong Kong–based one-girl band consisting of independent singer-songwriter Dejay Choi. The music of the Pancakes is characterised by Dejay's very innocent, almost childlike voice with bright and catchy melodies. Most of the Pancakes' songs have English lyrics, unlike the majority of Hong Kong pop music, where Cantonese is the norm.
Dejay Choi, the sole member of the band, graduated from the University of Hong Kong, and Lee Hysan Hall (Old Hall), majoring in translation and German. She worked in the library of the Goethe-Institut Hong Kong (the German cultural centre in Hong Kong) prior taking up the profession as a singer-songwriter. Choi participated in several independent bands before founding the Pancakes, such as the Postcard (in 1996, a three-member band), Ginger Biscuits (in 1997, a solo act) and Tricycle Rider (in 1999, also with three members).
Her real Chinese name is unknown to the public, although appears as 蔡明麗 (coi3 ming4 lai6 in Jyutping) on her 2011 Cantonese album 腦殘遊記.
Choi handles almost everything by herself in the production of her albums, from musical composition, lyrics writing, instruments performance, singing, recording to production, etc. Dejay plays the guitar and keyboard. Furthermore, Dejay has also founded her own record label, Rewind Records, which handles the management and promotion for the Pancakes.
Her song, gum gum gum (Chinese: 咁咁咁, literally 'like this, like this, like this'), written for the film McDull, Prince de la Bun won 'Best Original Film Song' at the 24th Hong Kong Film Awards.
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Album released under Elefant Records