About this Event
According to historical records, Ye Xianggao was an official in the Ming Dynasty known for being loving and tender. Despite several setbacks throughout his career, Ye Xianggao overcame the struggles; his career as a minister was long and prosperous, lasting not one, but three dynasties. He also had a tradition of rearing carp as a symbol for luck and longevity. According to tradition even further back from the Tang dynasty, it was believed only the rare yellow Koi had the potential to transform into a dragon. The carp is a symbol of luck and longevity. This lamp embodies these symbols of prosperity as it shines its light in your home.
Join this 1 hour workshop to make your very own 3D Kirigami Carp Lamp, with an instructor from Xuan Cultural Learning present to guide you along!
Only one session (with a maximum of 10 pax) is available, at 2pm on 18 September.
Please note that participants are required to be fully vaccinated.
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Price is inclusive of workshop materials and professional instruction. Participants can take home the finished product after.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Design Orchard, 250 Orchard Road, Singapore, Singapore