One World Festival

08 November 2018 by Suyen Hu

How do ordinary people practise Buddhism and Taoism in their everyday lives and what does it mean for them? Come to join us for the One World Festival at the Ashmolean Museum to discover more! 

17th Nov

Session 1

12 - 12.15pm introduction;

12.15 - 12.30 storytelling: Land God Story; casting Chinese oracles;

12.30 -1.30pm crafts: making model temple; colouring; making blessing card; writing Chinese.

Session 2.

1.40 - 1.55pm Introduction;

1.55 -2.10 storytelling: Hong Jing and the Monster legend;

2.10 - 2.40pm crafts activities: paper cutting, making paper flowers; colouring; writing Chinese; casting Chinese oracles;

Session 3.

2.45 - 3.00pm Introduction;

3.00 – 3.15 storytelling: Moon Lady;

3.15 - 4.00 crafts activities: paper cutting and colouring: Flying Moon Lady toy; casting Chinese oracles; Chinese writing. 

18th Nov

Session1.

12 - 12.15pm introduction;

12.15 - 12.30 storytelling: Cheeky Monkey;

12.30 -1.30pm crafts activities: colouring and paper cutting: making climbing Cheeky Monkey; making blessing card; casting Chinese Oracle.

Session2.

1.40 - 1.45pm Introduction;

1.45 -1.55 storytelling: Lord Tiger

2.10 - 2.40pm crafts activities: paper cutting and colouring: making Lord Tiger Mask; casting Chinese Oracle.

Session 3.

3.05 - 3.10pm Introduction;

3.10 – 3.20 storytelling: Five Flower Horse;

3.20 - 4.00 crafts activities: colouring and paper cutting: making rocking horse toy; Chinese writing; casting Chinese Oracle.