Creative Mahjong Tiles Colouring Workshop
For any enquiry, please contact us by
Whatsapp / Signal : 9876 3279
HKD390.00 / Person
Bilingual (Chinese and English)
Mahjong has a long history in Asia and many foreigners are enthusiastic to learn this interesting game. The mahjong making process is also recognized as intangible cultural heritage in Hong Kong.
This newly designed mahjong coloring workshop is a unique art journey to learn Hong Kong mahjong craftsmanship and story via illustrations. It will allow you to learn skills to color traditional hand-carved tiles, newly illustrated and engraved patterns with new metallic colors while enjoying the fun of drilling a mahjong tile!
Make your own gift set to celebrate different occasions with beloved family or friends by having 4 circle tiles of your choice. Experience the ‘Art of Mahjong’ in a relaxing environment !
Sign up for the Workshop
Confirmation within 48 hours
No Cancellation Allowed
What To Expect:
Make your personalized gift set by coloring:
• 2 hand-carved mahjong tiles
• Creative mahjong engraved blessing pattern and 4 circle tiles (筒子) of your choice hand-carved by Master Craftsman
• Learn the Hong Kong mahjong industry and its cultural story
• Mahjong craft live demonstration
Selected blessing tile patterns:
Love Hong Kong / Happy Anniversary / Happy Life /
Happy Birthday / MR & MRS / Baby Wishes / Home Sweet Home / Happy Retirement /
Instructors: Master Crafter Ricky Cheung x Hong Kong Illustrator Karen Aruba
Price: HKD390 / person
25 June @2:30 pm – 4:30pm
2 July @2:30 pm – 4:30pm
30 July @11:30am – 1:30pm
3 Sept @2:30pm – 4:30pm
Mahjong Exhibition is coming in Jul – Aug. Hand-carved Mahjong Art demonstration in other venues. Stay tuned with us for more exciting activities! Thank you for your support.
Language: Both English and Cantonese
All materials included | small group workshop | limited seats | first-come-first-served
Karen Aruba Studio
L6-15, 30 Pak Tin Street, JCCAC, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong
(MTR Shek Kip Mei Station Exit C, 5-8 mins walk)
Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC)
Thank you for your support to preserve Hong Kong craftmanship.