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Create Your Own Board Games - Upcycling Mooncake Boxes

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MakerBay Tsuen Wan (HQ)

23 Mei Wan Street

Tsuen Wan, NT

Hong Kong

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What could be done with leftover mooncake boxes? Join us in transforming mooncake boxes into your own beautiful collection of board games!

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Are you a fan of board games? Have you ever wondered what could be done with leftover mooncake boxes from the mid-autumn festival? Join us in transforming mooncake boxes into your own beautiful collection of board games!

In this workshop, you will learn basic laser cutting skills and make some board games through upcycling mooncake boxes. It can be a collection of classic board games such as Connect 4, Aeroplane Chess, Chinese Checkers — you name it! You don’t need to have any prior experience of laser cutting to make this happen. Our trained instructors will be there to help and teach you everything, from how to draw sketches to how to use the machine. You can also add different decorations or paintings to turn it into a unique set of board games. Let’s breathe new life into mooncake boxes and relive your childhood memories with traditional games!

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4 days available

1 Oct 2021 (Fri), 2 Oct 2021 (Sat), 30 Oct 2021 (Sat) or 31 Oct 2021 (Sun)

Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm

Venue: MakerBay (3/F, 23 Mei Wan Street, Tsuen Wan, N.T.)

Cost per session: $400 per person

*All materials and tools needed will be provided, but feel free to bring your own mooncake boxes!

*You can bring your own laptop for the workshop if you have Adobe Illustrator installed.

*$600 for 2 people

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MakerBay Tsuen Wan (HQ)

23 Mei Wan Street

Tsuen Wan, NT

Hong Kong

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Hong Kong MakerSpace for Social and Environmental Impact

We are a cross-sectoral makerspace for innovation. We created MakerBay for makers that range from robotic companies to environmental NGOs, from mechanical engineering to traditional craftspeople, both at the same time, and everything in between. Simultaneously, we have strong focuses on individuals and organisations that are either environmental, social, and/or open-source.

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