Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
03 Feb 2018 - 03 Feb 2018
Free Admission

Children represent the continuation of the family line and their parents’ hopes for the future. Apart from traditional motifs such as the dragon and the phoenix, what were the other motifs that were incorporated into children’s clothing and accessories in the past? How did people then express their expectations and hopes through children’s clothing and accessories? What societal attitudes do the comparison of motifs and materials used in clothing and accessories in the past and present reveal?

Dr Kang Ger-Wen’s talk aims to make art history accessible and enjoyable for all. Join Dr Kang in an engaging session packed with humour and insight as he delves into the meaning and significance of children’s clothing and accessories.

Conducted in Mandarin. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. No registration required.

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