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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

Life in the Old Days - 'Find Pleasure in My House'

In this activity we will learn about the furnishings and writing materials in the study, and learn to write the Chinese Character "Fu" (means good fortune) in different styles of calligraphy.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 10-14)

Date: February 8 & 11, 2017

'Time Travel' Series of Activities - 'Into the Hall of Mental Cultivation' Instructor Training Course in Winter Vacation

It is the first time in hundreds of years that the precious relics from the Hall have been moved out from the Forbidden City. Now at the exhibition hall in the Capital Museum, you can not only see these exhibits closely, but also understand the imperial living details and sense the imperial atmosphere.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 15 people (aged 9-14)

Date: February 7-12, 2017

Exhibition that never ends - A Digital Reading City

​What is an ancient city? Where are the historical cities? When was the earliest city in Beijing built? Through the fascinating interactive games and rich multimedia content, the mysteries of the city will be uncovered with great fun and inspire our interest and love for Beijing City.

Venue: Room O (Waterscape Garden), B1

Limit: 150 people (aged 13-15)

Date: February 2, 2017

Auspicious Rooster and Shuttlecock

The rooster, the messenger of the sun, crows at dawn and eats pests, so it is described as auspicious and free from evil. And the feather of the rooster also plays an important role in our daily lives.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 persons (aged 11 to 13)

Date: January 31, February 5, 17 and March 5, 2017

Life in the Old Days - Propitious Family

​Eaves tiles, the god of doors and other relics that carry good meanings express the ardent hopes of life of the ancient people. Come and search for scattered auspicious patterns everywhere and learn the features of traditional Chinese decorative arts.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people (aged 7-12)

Date: January 25, 26 & 27, 2017

Auspicious Rooster and Handicrafts

Although plain in appearance, the rooster is often described as auspicious and free of evil. These characteristics can be found in the rooster culture that has lasted for thousands of years, with its relation to totems such the phoenix and sun bird.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 persons (aged 11 to 13)

Date: January 15, January 24, February 2, March 26, 2017

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