Handcraft Workshop

Shuttlecock Kicking

Shuttlecock kicking has a time-honored history in China and enjoys wide circulation as a folk sport with distinctive features. It’s said that people in the Shang Dynasty over 3,000 years ...
Gongfu tea

In China's long history of tea tasting, the Chaoshan Gongfu tea ceremony is perhaps the most representative, and most glamorous, tea making technique. Now, let’s experience the charm of Chaoshan ...

Let’s draw a facial makeup of the Monkey King Sun Wukong. Facial makeup is a unique formative art of Chinese operas. Facial makeup showcases the role and personality of the ...
Sweet Bean Paste Moon Cake

The moon cake is the most popular among the many delectable foods eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival. Although not very big, the moon cake has a long history.
giant panda paper folding

The handcraft of paper-folding can be traced back to the Han Dynasty (202BC-AD220). A piece of ordinary paper is made into a lovely “animal” after being folded several times. The ...
Chinese knots

A simple red cord can be braided into several dozen delicate chinese knots. Tying knots for clothing originated in the Old Stone Age and has evolved through thousands of years ...
paper-folding

The handcraft of paper-folding can be traced back to the Han Dynasty (202BC-AD220). Today, more and more people have taken to the craft for its easy handling skills.
chinese lantern making

Chinese Lantern Festival is the time when lantern appears the most. Around the fifteen day of the first month of Chinese lunar calendar (Monday, February, 22, 2016) people make festive ...
Bingtanghulu

Bingtanghulu, a traditional Chinese treat similar to British toffee apples or North American candy apples, is made by haws with rock sugar, producing a refreshing sweet and sour flavor. We ...
Paper Windmills

Paper windmills have more than 2000 years of history in China. An old saying says, "When a paper windmill is rotating, it can bring happiness and luck to people who ...

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