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Pacific Asia Museum Announces Free Chinese Culture Sundays 亚太博物馆推出免费”文化中华.周日共赏”系列!

Free Chinese Culture Sundays: Be a Chinese scholar for a day!

Sunday, May 6, 2012 at the Pacific Asia Museum46 North Los RoblesPasadena, CA 91101

FREE and open to the public

ALL Day: Free admission to the Pacific Asia Museum, a scavenger hunt and crafts!

12 – 4:30 p.m.Chinese calligraphy, traditional tea tasting, decent tours and more!

1 – 4 p.m.Rosa Zee presents three-hour long sessions on the Song Dynasty arts including flower arranging, calligraphy and the tea ceremony. Space is limited; sign-ups open at noon.

4:30 – 5:30 p.m.Dragon Renaissance presents original poems in Chinese and English in classic and contemporary styles.

敬請即時發布!亞太博物館推出免費“文化中華.週日共賞”系列Presented by MetLife Foundation由大都會基金會贊助



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