Members’ Family Activities – Origami WorkshopVIEW EVENT DETAILS
2:00pm Brief Introduction of Origami Culture and History
2:15pm Folding sanpo (box) and shuriken (“hidden hand blade”)
3:00pm End of Workshop
In collaboration with Ms Misaki Nagaoka, Asia Society is launching an origami workshop held over Zoom. Kids are most welcome! We encourage you to hop on and learn more about the origins of origami, its role in Japanese society, and its many applications. By the end of the hour, you will have your own origami crafts, and you can teach your friends too! Please prepare three pieces of square origami paper to the workshop.*
The session will be led by Ms. Misaki Nagaoka, BA and MA in Political Science, Waseda University, is a research assistant, Department of Japanese Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Born and raised in Tokyo, she has lived in Hong Kong since 2017. Her interests include Japanese calligraphy, foreign languages, and identity in multicultural context. Last May, Ms Nagaoka led a handicrafts workshop for CUHK's Multiculturalism in Action Project, helping participants gain a deeper understanding of Japanese culture and the environment in which origami developed.
*Members can purchase the square paper from local stationery stores, AEON, Muji, dollar stores, etc.
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