Discover the Chinese Flower Arrangement
Time & Location
About the Event
Like incense burning, tea ceremonies, and painting; flower arranging was part of the lifestyle among literati in ancient China. Flower arrangements were first used as an offering to Buddha during Wei and Jin dynasties (300AD).
With the approach of Chinese New Year (CNY), Natalie will teach us how to arrange a pot of flowers to capture the CNY spirit, and she will explain to us the philosophy behind Chinese flower arrangements.
Tuesday, January 14
10:15AM Registration, 10:30 AM to 12PM
RMB 168 (includes flowers and tools; flower vase excluded, but can be purchased at the shop)
Aina Flora Studio
1230 Wuding Rd. (W), Xuhui District号.
(metro line 1 to Hanshan Road station, exit 1 or metro line 10 to Shanghai Library station exit 3)
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