The folk art of paper cutting in China is a national quintessence just as the traditional paintings, calligraphy and Peking Opera. It is also a precious non-material cultural heritage the Chinese ancestors have left to the people of the world.
Traditional paper cut is also called “Window blossoms” because they were first put on windows for decoration.It can be seen in many parts of China during the Spring Festival. People paste patterns on windows, door lintels or desks for festival atmosphere.
But now, the paper cuts have walked out from the domestic decoration to modern interior design.
This month, Try paper cut yourself!
25th, Aug, 2019，Sunday，14:00
(14:00-14:20 Cultural Lesson & 14:20-16:00 Practical Lesson)
If you are interested ，please contact your teacher or Sarah ASAP!
Hope to see you there!