MGM and FAOM co-organize ink painting workshops to promote Chinese culture

As part of its effort to promote traditional Chinese culture, MGM China has presented a wide range of programs to popularize ink art in the community.
The integrated resort operator recently partnered with the Macao Federation of Trade Unions (FAOM) to organize two color ink painting programs, namely “Chinese Lantern Workshop” and “Color Crush Workshop”, at MGM Cotai to celebrate the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day.
With three classes in September, the “Chinese Lantern Workshop” is hosted by celebrated painter Van Keng Vai and open to anyone aged 5 or above. It began with a parent-child class for a target group of FAOM on September 19, where 10 children learned ink painting techniques. Another two classes will be held on September 26 and 27, open to people of all ages.
Meanwhile, “Color Crush Workshop” will be held on October 3 and 4. Instructed by another renowned painter, Lam Tak Cheong, participants aged 12 or above will draw a panda, China’s national treasure, with color ink painting techniques. This workshop presents an opportunity for them to explore the possibilities of traditional Chinese culture.

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