Chinese Flower Arrangements
Time & Location
About the Event
Like incense burning, tea ceremonies, and painting; flower arranging is part of the lifestyle among literates in ancient China. Flower arranging was first used as an offering to Buddha during the Wei and Jin dynasties, and later in the Tang and Song dynasties it developed into an enjoyment among literates. It is an expression of one’s inner self, and an appreciation of nature.
Join us as Natalie Jiang explains the philosophy behind Chinese flower arrangements and we will make our own flower arrangement following her instructions.
Monday, September 23
10:15am Registration, 10:30am to 12pm
53 Wuxing Rd., near Kang Ping Road, Xuhui District
(metro line 10 to Shanghai Library station, exit 3 or line 1 to Hengshan Road station, exit 1)
徐汇区吴兴路53号（靠近康平路）， 地铁10线上海图书馆站3号出口， 或一号线衡山路站一号出口
RMB 168 (includes flowers and use of tools; flower vase is not included; but can be purchased at the shop)
Please complete the online registration by September 18. SEA cancellation policy applies after September 18. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Valerie Wu, mobile: 138-1869-6930.
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