The Chinese Traditional Handicraft Aesthetic Experience Month Activity was Held

On December 10, the Chinese Traditional Handicraft Aesthetic Education Month began with the activity held by the Graduate Department, the College of International Exchange, together with the College of Arts in the GA19-21 International Student Activity Room.      

With the guidance of Song Yufeng from the College of Arts, international students experienced a wonderful “tie-dyeing” activity along with Chinese students from the Shandong Province Chinese Excellent Traditional Culture Inheritance Base.

This event not only provided an opportunity for  international students to experience the fun of tie-dyeing but also provided the students a chance to grasp the basic production method of a Chinese traditional handicraft, as well as demonstrating the strong vitality of Chinese traditional culture.

Nasser from Yemen said, "To me, this is very cool, and I really enjoy it."