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Pouch in the Quadrangle Courtyards

Apart from keeping fish, fish tanks can also be used to plant lotus. Speaking of lotus, pouch (often made in the shape of lotus) was served as a token of love from a woman to man for ancient lovers.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people

Date: October 7, 2017

Embroidery in Quadrangle Courtyard

Boudoir is a special space in courtyards lived in by unwed woman. We know that they sleep here, practice needlework, read and learn etiquette here. But do you know what else they did in the boudoir? Let's learn more in the "Reading the City" Hall.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 people

Date: October 6, 2017

Gorgeous Bunny

There are many small animals in the courtyards, including fluffy bunnies – a children's favorite. What do you think will happen when traditional New Year pictures of rabbits are combined with colored pencils?

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 25 people

Date: October 4, 2017

Hairpin Making Experience Activity

The hairpin is a kind of ornament long used to fix and decorate the hair. Nowadays, the shape and connotation of the hairpin are gradually differentiated and enriched, becoming not only an ornament, but also a token of love, and an objection of beauty to appreciate.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 15 people

Date: August 26-27, 2017

Humanistic Pursuit in Courtyard

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: Multifunction Room, Capital Museum

Limit:

Date: March 10, 2017

Introduction of the Skills of Picture Re-mounting

Picture re-mounting is a very complicated technical job, and the Craftsmen of the Center for Rehabilitation and Conservation of Relics will show you a new technology - biological enzymes.

Venue: Ceremony Hall, Capital Museum

Limit: 15 people

Date: January 11, 2017