The Malta Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society in collaboration with the China Cultural Centre and MUZA - The National Community Art Museum, will be welcoming Mr Guo Hongli, an expert in research and production of kite handicrafts from China that specialises in the creation and design of Weifang traditional kites.
During his stay, Mr Guo will participate in the Kite Flying Festival at Triton Square, on 17 May from 10:30 till noon. You can come to Valletta and watch Mr Guo and his team showcase their skills, enjoy their long dragon Kite-flying, and the display of creative kites and inspirational kite-clothing at this Kite Festival!
MUZA will be holding an exhibition of Traditional Chinese Kites in the public areas of the Museum, at Merchant Street - Valletta, between the 17 and 24 May. Entrance is free of charge.
Mr Guo will also visit a number of schools and also meet educators and the general public to share his knowledge and showcase his skills.
For further details contact The Malta Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society on Telephone Numbers: +356 21 484662 / 21 241409 or send an email.