The Japanese-style of bookbinding is a also a Chinese and traditional method, where a unique pattern is sewn on the spine of the book. Participants will first learn about the basics of bookbinding and then create their own unique linear pattern.
Bamboo is one of the most used and discarded construction materials in Hong Kong. In fact, bamboo can be up-cycled into various different practical items and pieces of furniture that can be used in our everyday lives.
Despite water body constituting 70% of Earth’s surface, only 2.5% of it is drinkable. Pollution, extreme weather and misuse of water resources add pressure to an already scarce water supply. In this workshop, you will learn everything about water, and what we can do to save water in our daily lives.
Photosynthesis in plants is one of the most important processes to human lives. Plants and trees not only produce oxygen that sustains us but also provide us with fruits and vegetables for our daily consumption. We’ll explore more about trees in this workshop!
Fallen leaves and deadwood might not seem like they could be of much use but after processing them, they can be used as fuel for cooking. We’ll be making use of this resource and prepare a delicious meal.