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Golden Rooster Delivering Good News - Making a Shuttlecock

The all-around development of moral, intellectual, physical, aesthetics and labor has always been the basic guideline for evaluating the quality of people. However, it is not easy to design an activity which embodies the five virtues.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 10-15)

Date: April 16 & 30, 2017

Singing Rooster - Tempera Painting

Chicken, in a traditional sense, is one of the "six domestic animals". It has been part of human life since a long time ago. Although the image of a chicken is plain and unobtrusive, it is often used to express the auspicious meaning of "luck, virtue and elegance".

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 7-14)

Date: April 16 & 23, 2017

Kite Making

In modern life, children are inundated by various electronic products. Thus, we have an activity for them to learn about the history and the production methods of traditional hand-made kites, and make a kite on their own.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 8-10)

Date: April 2 & 15, 2017

Handicraft Courses at Art World of Courtyards - To Discover Historic Building Models

In this activity, the structure, features and artistic characteristics of courtyards will be introduced to students, and they will learn how to set up a model festooned gate.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 persons (aged 10-14)

Date: March 19, 2017

Adventure in the Museum — A Digital Reading City

Do you ever wonder about the secrets of ancient cities? Come to the Exhibition "Reading the City - Explore the historical cities in Beijing", where we have carefully prepared an exhibition that never ends – a digital exhibition.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 children (aged 8-15)

Date: March 12, 2017

Handicraft Courses at Art World of Courtyards - To Discover Secret of Door Piers

On both sides of the door of Beijing's courtyard, a pair of door piers is commonly seen, which are different in size and engraving patterns. But why are the door piers placed there and what do their patterns represent? Come to us, and find the answer.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 persons (aged 10-14)

Date: March 4 and March 25, 2017

Handicraft Courses at Art World of Courtyards - To Explore Auspicious Animals, Plants and Luck

Throughout the long history of Chinese folk culture, auspicious patterns are widely seen in daily life to express the hope for a better life and are often used in building components such as eaves, brick carvings, wood carvings and stone carvings.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 persons (aged 10-14)

Date: February 23, February 24 and March 11, 2017

Life in the Old Days - 'Have Fun in My House'

Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, which are closely linked to each other, share a similar culture and enjoyment of life. As a result, people in the three cities share a lot of entertainment in common.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 8-12)

Date: February 9 & 25, 2017

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