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Living in Plenty After Hard Work for a Whole Year

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.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-10)

Date: January 1, 2018

The Single Dogs

Here comes a warm and happy festival during the cold winter. Drop your busy work and come in a good mood. Come here and celebrate New Year's Day with your family.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 8-12)

Date: January 1, 2018

Wish You Are Here on Christmas Day

Little guys, it is Christmas Day again. Do you want to have a special Christmas Day? Do you want to learn about the origin and customs of Christmas? Do you want to decorate Christmas trees with other partners? Sign up now! We are waiting for you in the Capital Museum!

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-12)

Date: December 23 and 24, 2017

Gluing a Golden Rooster

Chinese have held an ardent love for rooster since the ancient times. Not only did they endow the rooster as a resolute, courageous, right-mined and noble character, they also brought it into the Chinese Zodiac. This year is the 34th Year of the Rooster. Let us glue a macho and big rooster!

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-14)

Date: December 17, 30 and 31, 2017

Roosters in Quadrangle Courtyards

At the mention of courtyards, the first thing people think of is flying pigeons in the sky. However, there is another kind of poultry that is also kept in courtyards - roosters.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 6-10)

Date: October 8, 2017

Antique 'Drum' and 'Box'

"Little boy, sitting on the pier, crying and crying for a wife..." This is a nursery rhyme widely sung, but do you know what is pier? What kind of cultural connotation does it have? Let's get to know pier in the "Reading the City" Hall in the Capital Museum, and make a pier by ourselves.

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 8-12)

Date: October 5, 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

Auspicious Moon Rabbit

The full moon symbolizes the reunion of families, and is used by people to express their homesickness and longing for meeting with their families. How do children in the courtyards spend the Mid-Autumn Festival? Let's feel it!

Venue: Colorful Room, B1

Limit: 20 groups of parent-child families (aged 8-12)

Date: October 4, 2017

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