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*Don’t have to follow the guild.

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JANUARY - FEBRUARY

CHINESE NEW YEAR

The Spring Festival, commonly known as Chinese New Year. It carries a rich historical and cultural heritage in the inheritance and development. During the Spring Festival, various celebrations of the New Year are held throughout the country, and the atmosphere of lively and festive atmosphere is overflowing. These activities are rich in style, including the old and the new, the welcoming of the ancestors, the worship of the ancestors, and the praying for the harvest.

DUMPLINGS MAKING &
TASTING WORKSHOP

DANCE
WORKSHOPS

ARTS & CRAFT
WORKSHOP

The Dragon Boat Festival (the fifth day of the fifth lunar month), is a traditional Chinese folk festival. The Dragon Boat Festival originated from the celestial worship, which evolved from the ancient totem. The origin of the Dragon Boat Festival covers the ancient astrological culture, humanistic philosophy and other aspects, and contains profound and rich cultural connotations. In the inheritance and development, a variety of folk customs are mixed, and the festivals are rich in content. The dragon boat and the Zong Zi are the two rituals of the Dragon Boat Festival. These two rituals have been passed down from ancient times in China. The formation of the Dragon Boat Festival can be said to be the product of the integration of customs in the North and the South.

FESTIVAL FOOD MAKING &
TASTING WORKSHOP

CHINESE TEA
WORKSHOP

ARTS & CRAFT
WORKSHOP

ARTS & CRAFT
ACTIVITY

SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER

MID - AUTUMN FESTIVAL

The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, originated from the worship of the heavens, which evolved from the autumn rituals of the ancient times. The Mid-Autumn Festival falls on the 15th day of August of the lunar calendar. Since the ancient times, the Mid-Autumn Festival has been worshipping the moon, enjoying the moon, eating moon cakes, playing with lanterns, enjoying Osmanthus, drinking Osmanthus wine and other folk customs. The Mid-Autumn Festival and the Spring Festival, the Ching Ming Festival and the Dragon Boat Festival are also called the “Four Traditional Festivals” in China.

MOON CAKE MAKING
WORKSHOP

LANTERN MAKING
WORKSHOPS

TIE & DYE
WORKSHOP

AN ELEGANT GATHERING
WORKSHOP