Thu, Jan 13|
Making Your Own Chinese New Year Decorations
COST: RMB 200 (includes all tools and materials) VENUE: 2633 Yan’an Rd. (W), room A315, opposite Carrefour Gubei
Time & Location
Jan 13, 10:15 AM – 12:00 PM
About the Event
Burning firecrackers is one of the Chinese traditions to celebrate the arrival of the new year. The cracking sounds not only add a happy and joyful note to the “Song of Spring,” but also convey the meaning of “expel the old and welcome the new.” In this class, Valerie will show us how to knot a string of firecrackers to use as a decoration to welcome the Year of Tiger. No prior Chinese knotting skill is required.
Thursday, January 13
10:15 AM Registration, 10:30 AM to 12 PM
RMB 200 (includes all tools and materials)
2633 Yan’an Rd. (W), room A315, opposite Carrefour Gubei
(metro line 10 to Shuicheng Road station, exit 2, or bus 71 to South Shuicheng Road station)
Please complete the online registration by January 8. The event cost must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Valerie Wu. WeChat: valerie6930.
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