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Paper cutting, or jianzhi (剪纸), originated in China around the sixth century AD. Mostly done by women, this folk art was traditionally used to decorate people's homes for special occasions and festivals. In this activity, Nancy will fuse Chinese and American traditions by doing paper cutting with a Halloween theme so you can decorate your house for 31st October. This is a family affair, so bring the kids along and allow them to be creative too. 

Instructor: Nancy Liu

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