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The Moon Festival

Region of the world: East Asia

We will tell the legend of the goddess Chang’E and Yutu, the “jade rabbit”, and explain its relationship to the Mid-Autumn Festival, or Moon Festival, which is celebrated in various countries in East and Southeast Asia.

What are we doing?
  • Activity: Creation of a collage, evoking the traditional figure of Tu’er Ye, a deity of Chinese folk religion unique to Beijing, where his sculptures are traditionally made.
Developed skills
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Creativity and art
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