"My Found MUJI East Asia Exhibition" Workshop- Traditional Starfruit Lantern
Although kids in the past could only use limited resourse to made the toys by themselves, the making process could inspire creativity. The starfruit lantern, one of the representative toys in the old days, not only reflect the traditional paper crafting technique, it also recalls the precious childhood memories.
- 19th August 2017 (Saturday)
- S302, 3/F, Block A, PMQ, No.35 Aberdeen Street, Central
- Aged over 6 years old
- 15 persons
- Please provide the below information for registration by sending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject of "My Found MUJI East Asia Exhibition Workshop - Traditional Starfruit Lantern". The successful registrants will receive e-mail reply within 2 working days and be notified with payment and workshop details. Please settle the payment at MUJI Miramar store or Lee Theatre store within 3 days upon receipt of the said inbox message. Seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
- 1. Name:
2. Contact Number:
4. Participants: 1 person/ 2 persons (Pls mark)
5. I agree to receive the latest information and promotion news from MUJI through email. Yes/ No (Pls mark)
- 1. Due to limited seats, a maximum of 2 participants per registration will be accepted.
- 3. All personal data will not be used for promotion purpose without any consent.
- 4. The seat shall be confirmed upon settement of the registration fee in full.
- 5. No refunds of payment will be given for cancellaton made. MUJI Shopping Point, MUJI Gift Coupons and mall cash coupons are not accepted.
- 6. Fee payment is not applicable to any promotion offers.
- 7. Fee payment is not applicable to accrue MUJI Mile.
- 8. Participants understand and agree that MUJI (Hong Kong) Company Limited has the right to report, use and publish any contents regarding this activity, including activity highlights, photos, video clips and any other related information, without prior consent of the participants and/or paying any payment or compensation to the participants. The copyright of the said photos and video clips belongs to MUJI (Hong Kong) Company Limited.
- 9. MUJI reserves the right to make changes to the event details and/or other arrangements as it deems appropriate.
- 10. For enquiry, please contact 2694 9309.
- Speaker: Chan Nai Cheong, Traditional paper crafting masterInherited the traditional paper crafting technique and passion from his father, who is a known paper crafting artisan. Although worked as an educator and moved aboard when young, Mr. Chan returned to Hong Kong in recent years and devoted in promotion of paper crafting technique.