Learner and maker, kids learn culture in traditional Chinese costume
2019-01-01 20:44:00

About 60 kids took part in a special design show at Nanjing Jiangning Golden Eagle shopping mall, on the afternoon of Jan. 1st, 2019. Aging from 3 to 12, the kids painted colors on cards of three different costumes that are typical of the Han Dynasty (202 BC -220 AD), Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) and Modern Cheongsam. After 30 minutes of creation, those excellent works were displayed to the audience via AR technology.

The activity, sponsored by Jiangsu Phoenix Electronic Audio-Visual Press and Jiangsu Children Welfare Foundation, aims to promote traditional Chinese culture among youngsters through costumes and etiquette, so as to strengthen their cultural self-confidence.

Echoed by an art course of costumes, the activity belongs to the first series of Art Maker Education by Phoenix Publishing and Media Group. Kids can learn more about the history through designing, and making costumes, printing 3D modules and presenting them via AR technology. Courses about dynasties, nations, and operas have been also developed, with more to come.

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Source: jschina.com.cn Editor: Nicky