Chinese knotting, also known as zhong guo jie, 中国结, and decorative knots in non-Chinese cultures. It is one of the most common folk-arts still seen today in China, even though most knots are mass-produced in factories. Traditionally made of silk, they are now usually made of red paracord as red is the auspicious colour in China. We will crest dragonfly and bracelets.
Chinese tea ceremony 茶道 is one of Chinese most famous traditional customs, and for centuries it has been integral to Chinese culture. There are several different kinds of Chinese tea ceremony. In this session we will lean about the rituals of tea ceremony and taste test a variety of teas.
“I like this event because I love Chinese culture. I always want to know why dragon is so important to Chinese people and I have found the answers through this session.”
“I enjoyed the Chinese knotting craft workshop as I made many new friends through this public event.”
“I always want to visit China and this tea ceremony had brought me there. I love the tea aroma and I enjoyed the tasting session.”