Since 2010, the art skill of wrapped flowers has become an intangible cultural heritage for Taiwan, and it also carries an important role in the Hakka culture. On festive days and special occasions, women beautify themselves by wrapping their own hair ornaments. Some ladies make them for their daughters’ and granddaughters’ weddings and pass them down as heirlooms even to this day.
Materials: wire, paper, thread, turquoise bead
Participants may finish 2 earrings at the lesson.
(All materials and tool usage fee are included)
導師 May Chan 現為心理輔導與遊戲治癒師，樂於在不同工藝中學習及製作。現時重拾纏花技藝，希望把這種列為台灣國家級非物質文化遺產推廣予大眾認識。
資歷：University of Waterloo 視覺藝術系畢業 (榮譽)
Expressive Art Therapy certificate
(Hong Kong Expressive Arts Therapy Service Center)
May Chan - Private practice counsellor; majored in Visual Arts at University of Waterloo in Canada. She enjoys learning various media and artistic skills. She taught stained glass and jewellery making in Ontario, and soft pastel after she relocated back to Hong Kong. Recently she have picked up the technique of this intangible cultural heritage called "春仔花" and am eager for others to know about it.