This programme is endorsed by the National Arts Council of Singapore under the Arts Education Programme (NAC-AEP) and is eligible for the 50% Tote Board Arts Grant Subsidy.

An aspect of China’s rich cultural inheritance, Chinese paper cutting is laden with deep and abstruse meanings. Often used as an alternative to verbal communication, it displays a propensity for wordless expressions brimming with positivity and optimism.

Paper cutting is unaffected by the constraints of time of space, and creativity thrives within its boundless capacity. We seek to aid students put on their thinking caps and explore the innovation within them through the art of paper cutting.