Happy Mid-Autumn Festival + New workshops announced
The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on September 21 this year. To celebrate, yesterday we hosted a special Chinese Conversation Corner where participants learned how to make Mooncakes. We have also been supporting various university celebrations for the festival with traditional Chinese music performances. We would like to wish all those celebrating, a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
Just in time for the school holidays we have released a new cultural workshop video teaching the art of Chinese Knotting. We are also holding Chinese Painting and Taichi workshops validated by Children's University Australasia these school holidays, free for all to attend.
A reminder that this afternoon's Chinese Conversation Corner will be the last session before the University break. These classes will resume again on Thursday, October 7.
Chinese Cultural Workshop Video - Knotting
In this video, you will learn to make a simple Chinese-style knotted bracelet. We will also give a brief history of what knotting was used for in ancient times, and how people use it today. You can head over to our YouTube channel to view it here.
School Holiday Workshops
Tuesday October 5 & Wednesday October 6, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
These school holidays we will be hosting two free workshops validated by CUA. The workshops are designed for children aged 7-12 years old, in a class size of 10-30 students. This is a great opportunity to be introduced to a broad overview of Chinese Painting and Taichi in an encouraging and fun atmosphere. For further information click here, to register click here.
ACYPI Adelaide Karaoke Night
Saturday, September 25, 7:30pm
Our friends at ACYPI (Australia China Young Professionals Initiative), are hosting a Karaoke night. If you are interested in showing your singing skills and meeting other young professionals working in or passionate about the Australia-China space, be sure to join, register here.
October 21 - November 7
Returning this year is Australia's leading contemporary arts festival engaging with Asia. There is something for everyone at OzAsia Festival, from live performances, the moon lantern parade, and lucky dumpling markets. For more information on the festival, click here.
Chinese Speaking Community
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