Chinese Flower Arranging
Time & Location
About the Event
Like incense burning, tea ceremonies, and painting, flower arranging was part of the lifestyle among the literati of ancient China. Flower arrangements were first used as an offering to Buddha during the Wei and Jin dynasty periods (300AD), and later, in the Tang and Song dynasties it developed into a leisure activity. Flower arranging is an expression of one’s inner self, spirit, and appreciation of nature.
Following the previous Chinese flower arrangement workshops conducted by Aina Flora, Natalie will continue to explain to us the philosophy behind flower arranging for tea ceremonies and the guidelines for Chinese flower arrangements. We will also make our own flower arrangement with Natalie’s guidance.
Wednesday, June 9
10:15 AM Registration, 10:30 AM to 12 PM
RMB 168 (includes flowers and tools; flower vase excluded, and can be purchased at the shop)
Aina Flora Studio
1230 Wuding Rd. (W)
(metro line 2 or 11 to Jiangsu Road station, exit 5)
Please complete the online registration by June 2. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Valerie Wu, WeChat: valerie6930.
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