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Chinese Immigrants
with Anne Pryor and Judy Yeh
Thursday, July 25, 2002
Chinese Macrame
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Judy Yeh left Taiwan as a young woman and has lived in the United States for many years. She learned Chinese macrame from her grandmother, who taught her the basic knot used to make buttons. Later, Judy learned from masters in Taiwan. Today, she creates beautiful art from 12 basic knots, including the two-coins, button, reversed swastika, and Pan-Chang knots. She has instructed apprentices and taught this ancient art in Washington, Alabama and Wisconsin.

Annie Pryor (PhD, Anthropology, UW_Madison)
is particularly interested in the cultural aspecs of religion, art, children's traditions, games and food. She has served as consultant to folklife agencies, worked as a folklorist-in-residence in schools, conducted teacher training programs, and authored works on the folklife of Wisconsin and folklife pedagogy. Anne is the Folk Arts Education Specialist at the Wisconsin Arts Board.

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January 5, 2009
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