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Cultural Workshop
(Online/ Face-to-face)

Apart from walking into the community, another good way of cultural understanding would be hands-on cultural workshop, with sharing and stories from Cultural Ambassadors, or having dialogues with youth from different ethnicities.

Arabic calligraphy workshop

Time: 1.5 - 2 hours 

Arabic calligraphy is a part of Islamic cultural heritage. In this workshop, participants will learn how to write and pronounce Arabic words, as well as listen to the stories of Muslims in Hong Kong.

Colorful Rangoli workshop

Time: 1.5 - 2 hours

Rangoli is an art form in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colored rice, colored sand, or flower petals. It is usually made during Diwali or other festivals. In this workshop, participants will listen to the stories of Rangoli and try to make a Rangoli decoration using colorful sands.

Nepali dance workshop

Time: 1 hour or above

Through the Nepali dance workshop, participants can understand the specialty, origins and costumes of Nepali dance. Cultural Ambassadors will also share their personal stories of living in Hong Kong. The workshop is designed to boost participants' energy levels, co-ordination and rhythm in a fun and relaxing way.

Cultural bracelet workshop

Time: 1.5 - 2 hours

Cultural bracelet is made in some countries as a meaning of friendship and protection. In this workshop, participants can learn the culture and festivals related to cultural bracelet, at the same time create their own bracelet with different design and colors, and to show appreciation for their friend by exchanging the cultural bracelets with each other.

Henna DIY workshop

Time: 1 hour or above

Henna is commonly used for body drawing with the meaning of blessings. With the guidance of experienced Cultural Ambassador, participants will learn about the origin, meanings, and uses of henna, at the same time practice various henna drawing skills.