Salute to Kwan Kung

“Kwan Kung in Prints” — Printmaking Workshop

Salute to Kwan Kung

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Guided Tours (Cantonese)

“Kwan Kung in Prints” — Printmaking Workshop

“Walk with Kwan Kung” Community Tour

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Cantonese Opera Performance - “Lord Kwan Yu Attends a Banquet Alone”

Kwan Kung Statue Carving Demonstration and Workshop

“The Red Hare Goes Around”—Trotting Horse Lamp Making Workshop (Cantonese)

“Dress Up as Kwan Kung” – Costume and Prop Making Workshop

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Film Screening — “Jiang Hu: The Triad Zone”

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – The Kwan Kung Spirit in Public Relations

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – Local and Overseas Kwan Kung Temples

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “In search of the story of Kwan Kung: Tainan”

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “Kwan Kung and Chinese Culture”

“Salute to Kwan Kung” Talk Series – “Kwan Kung in Chinese Opera”

Date & Time

13 Jan 2019 11am-2pm; 3pm-6pm


A Hall Studio 2 & 3


HKD 100


Programme Partner
Design and Cultural Studies Workshop

The popularity of Romance of the Three Kingdoms has inspired a rich string of artistic creations featuring the martial god of fortune Kwan Kung, such as nianhua (New Year posters), menshenhua (door god posters) and numerous publications. Historically, woodblock printing has been the main technique used to make these wonderful artworks accessible to ordinary people.

Guided by instructors from the Hong Kong Open Printshop, participants will get a taste of traditional woodblock carving and printing techniques. Join the workshop to create an image of Kwan Kung - the perfect home decoration to herald the Lunar New Year!

Participants must be 12 years old or above.

Conducted in Cantonese.

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