Living in Plenty After Hard Work for a Whole Year

January 1, 2018 Colorful Room, B1 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-10)

A common saying is: "may you always get fish (yu)", whereby "yu" is a homophone for "may you always get a surplus (yu)" in Chinese, which is one of the most typical blessings in Chinese traditional fortune-culture. It wishes for people to have a well-off life, with superfluous wealth and food. Besides, velvet flowers (rong hua) are a homophone for a "lustrous complexion" (rong hua), which stands for riches and honor, and is an auspicious blessing. Thus, Chinese would decorate their house with velvet flowers during the Dagon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and Spring Festivals. Combining the two elements of "fish" and "flowers" in the Capital Museum we will provide a strong festival atmosphere.


Registration Date: January, 2018

  1. 1. If unable to attend for personal reasons, please cancel your application on Wechat, so as not take up the limited places unnecessarily.

  2. 2. If more than 15 minutes late, entry will not be possible on that day.

  3. 3. Absence without advance notification will affect any future applications, thanks for your cooperation!