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Chinese Knotting

Location
Confucius Institute
Date(s)
20/06/2022 (12:15-13:15)
Contact

To book a place please contact CI@dmu.ac.uk

Description

Chinese knot is an ancient weaving art, which is woven from colorful silk threads. As a decorative art, it began in the Tang and Song Dynasties. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, people began to name knots, which have rich connotations. Chinese knots represent good luck and good wishes. People buy Chinese knots during Chinese New Year, marriage, etc., to express people's wish for good luck and happiness.

FREE to participate and EVERYONE is welcome!

Please contact CI@dmu.ac.uk if you have any questions.

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