Tiger and Puppy Paper Plate Animals
The story “Tiger and Puppy” is about a village with five families, where a mischievous tiger would eat all the food. An unlikely hero, a small puppy, comes to the rescue and helps the villagers capture the tiger. Create your own paper plate animals to retell this Korean folktale.
Tiger and the Puppy
Asian Art Museum Storyteller, Miriam Mills, engages pre-school students in the museum’s Korea galleries by telling a Korean folktale about a tiger and a puppy using artworks from the Asian Art Museum’s collection.
Asian Art Museum Storyteller, Miriam Mills, tells the story of Rangda, the Balinese witch.
The Magic Tea Kettle (Bunbuku Chagama)
Asian Art Museum Storyteller, Jeff Byers, tells a Japanese folktale about a magical raccoon-dog, or tanuki, who uses its shape shifting powers to reward its rescuer for his kindness.
Badger and the Magic Fan
Jeff Byers, a storyteller at the Asian Art Museum, tells a Japanese folktale about a badger and a magic fan in front of the museum’s tearoom.
Issunboshi: Little One Inch Boy
Asian Art Museum storyteller, Liz Nichols, tells a Japanese story about a boy who was only one inch tall.
Design an Auspicious Hairpin
Make an Amabie Amulet
Learn about the Japanese supernatural creature Amabie and create an amulet with her image.
The Monk and the Samurai
Asian Art Museum Storyteller, Jeff Byers, tells a story about a monk and a samurai in the Asian Art Museum’s Japan galleries.