In order to celebrate National Day in this golden autumn, Six Arts Museum organized a wide variety of fun and educational activities. It proved to be a good place for rest and recreation for guests and local residents’ alike.
Making delicious cookies and charmful traditional Chinese Medicine Sachets attracted many families to attend. They left with fond memories of Six Arts Museum.
The Six Arts DIY Handicrafts Center was especially active. The parents helped their children patiently, making National Day Star Shaped Cookies and putting their greetings to the country in the cookies.
Taking the traditional medicine out of the medicine cabinets, weighing and mixing gave the participants experience with chinese ancient traditions and culture. By making Chinese Medicine Sachets step by step, the children gained a greater understanding of Chinese medicine.
Six Arts Museum’s Artist in residence Zhu Haiming gave his paintings to the children regardless of pay. He devoted his whole life to paintings, yet the only reward he desires is to promote Chinese painting and calligraphy art.
Although Pitch-pot is not an easy game, a lot of children accepted the challenge confidently. Fortune wheel offered a wealth of prizes, and each participant received their own reward.
Six Arts Museum will continue to offer more interesting and meaningful activities in the future.
We at Six Arts Museum look forward to even more visitors, young and old, men and women, visiting and gaining a new perspective on the intersection of ancient culture and modern life.
Thanks to Mr. Zhang Zhiping for some of the wonderful photos