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Friday, October 7, 2011

Sally Yu Leung in Cafe Botanique


Blessings without Words: Botanical Motifs in Chinese Children’s Clothing and Accessories
Sally Yu Leung, Cultural Ambassador, Asian Art museum, San Francisco, CA

In China, children’s clothing and accessories are more than mere adornments of the body; they are bearers of the hopes and blessings for these tiny human beings. In this presentation, Sally Yu Leung, an independent curator of Chinese decorative arts, collector, teacher of Chinese brush-arts at Pixar Animation Studios and also a Cultural Ambassador at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco will reveal the enchanting mysteries behind the hidden meanings in Chinese children's clothing and accessories.


Book signing follows. A beautifully produced and illustrated 217 page book written in Chinese/English by Sally Yu Leung, Hidden Meanings in Chinese Children Clothing and Accessories, will be available at $45.
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Denver Botanic Gardens – Gates Hall
6:30 – 8 p.m.
(Register by clicking here)

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