Join this Mid-Autumn Chinese Lantern Making X Chinese Culture Workshop with us this fall! Learn to make a traditional Chinese lantern and celebrate an unforgettable Mid-Autumn Festival with your very own handmade paper lantern.

Traditional handmade paper lanterns are a lot of fun to create and make great decorations. Lanterns are an important part of Chinese culture – they were first used to light the streets of China, and today they are a symbol of a bright future. This festival aims to promote reconciliation, peace, and forgiveness. During the festival, houses are festooned with colourful lanterns, often with riddles written on them; if the riddle is answered correctly, the solver earns a small gift.

Join this workshop. Make an auspicious traditional paper lantern with your child and get to know more about this precious Chinese traditional craft and Mid-Autumn Festival culture! 


In this 2.5 hrs hand-on workshop,  students will attend a 1-hr Mandarin trial lesson and followed by a 1.5-hrs Mid-Autumn Chinese Lantern Making Workshop with parents, guided by our teachers. 

1-hr Mandarin Trial Lesson

Every Chinese festival is an opportunity for children to learn more about the Chinese language and Chinese culture. In this 1-hr trial lesson, students will have a taste of our signature Mandarin Course. Students will explore different legendary stories associated with the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival and understand its traditions and Food. 

1.5-hrs Mid-Autumn Chinese Lantern Making Workshop

At this workshop, you and your child will work together and make your own special lantern with guidance from our teachers. The finished product can be brought home for Mid-Autumn Festival. 


Venue: Qurio Education

Weekday(s) Session

Date: 16-17, 21 Sept

Time: 3:00PM – 5:30PM

Weekend(s) Session

Date: 18 Sept 

Time: 2:00PM – 4:30PM 

Quotas:  9 participants*

Fee: HKD299 (Original Fee HKD585)

*Due to social distancing rules, places are very limited. Please reserve your spots in advance. 


1. The Education University of Hong Kong. (2020, March 3). Survey: Nearly 70% of Parents Find Their Children Have Difficulty Learning at Home. https://www.eduhk.hk/en/press-releases/survey-nearly-70-of-parents-find-their-children-have-difficulty-learning-at-home