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Family Day: A Free Papermaking Workshop

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A different unique way to keep the kids entertained
Are you stuck on ideas on how to keep the kids entertained on the weekend without breaking the bank?

China Cultural Centre in Sydney is hosting a free workshop event to keep those little ones entertained, with a unique difference.

It is exotic, creative, fun, entertaining and of course a unique hands-on workshop where the whole family can get involved and spend some quality time together.

The workshop is about paper-doll making and it will be conducted by professional Chinese paper-doll making teachers who are invited over to share the making of Hanika, well-known paper dolls popular in Daur ethnic families in China.

The workshop involves paper cutting, crafting and decorating using coloured papers; which can develop children's crafting skills, creativity and innovation.

This is one event that the children will love, as well as parents; knowing that this will help the little ones with their intellectual development, enhancing their cultural knowledge, improve their observation, developing understanding and analytical skills- all while having fun!

Parents are welcome to come along. It is suitable for children 5 years old and over to participate in the workshop.

The workshop will be held at the China Cultural Centre in Sydney.

It will commence at 10:30am.

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Why? Keep the kids entertained with something different
When: 26th of July 2014
Phone: (02) 8228 3050
Where: China Cultural Centre, Level 1, 151 Castlereagh St, Sydney
Cost: Free
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