"My Found MUJI East Asia Exhibition" Workshop- Traditional Handcraft Windmill

Traditional windmills have a symbol of "goods rotation" . In Chinese new Year and celebrations, people will buy a windmill and placed it at home, hoping to bring good luck. Using bamboo, paper and other simple materials to tie a common decorative item for festive days.

12th 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 openmuji_hk@muji.com.hk, with the subject of "My Found MUJI East Asia Exhibition Workshop- Traditional Handcraft Windmill ". 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.
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  • Speaker: Wong Lai Chung, Traditional flower plaques masterMr.Wong works for traditional paper handcraft for more than 40 years. He has been invited as artist-as-resident in HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity and Wooferten.