Three of us set off from the UAE with a single focus of sourcing out hanji papers and a wish to improve our hanji making skills through instruction and discussions with other hanji artists.
What I personally discovered was how far hanji has come from the old traditional methods of cutting and pasting to the modern laser cutting and mass production of hanji objects.
|The jewelry box I made in 3 hours|
I'm well aware of the long and painstacking traditional methods of producing a hanji item but I now realise how automated this craft has become to cater for the growing demand, mainly by tourists, for these craft items.
|Gui-Sook Yang and her daughter Sue|