Apr
22
2011

Let’s fold origami cranes for Japan!

We were in Sunway Giza this evening and saw this..
Let’s fold origami cranes for Japan!
They said anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will have their heart’s desire come true.
Let’s together fold MORE than one thousand origami cranes for the Land of the Rising Sun in light of their recent quake and tsunami plight.
Origami papers and simple instructions were provided.
Ethan trying to figure out what to do..
He is getting it… it is starting to turn out to be a crane :D
There! His origami crane. I think the tail is a little bit off but it’s okay. It’s the effort and thoughts that counts right? He is barely 4 years old, give him a break! :P
Ready to insert the origami crane into the box provided.
We did not one but four origami cranes. We would love to stay on and do more but we ran out of time.
Will definitely go back to Sunway Giza soon to make more origami cranes.
Our Heart goes to the people of Japan…

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    I knew bout this one too. my fren fold it at home n bring it to there one. :)

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    oh i like this, this is very meaningful.. but it would be more meaningful if the authority donates RM1 to the Japanese Tsuna-quake Fund for each of the cranes they collected right??

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    Ethan did great! Very nice. Did you have to pay for the paper? I hope not… Good way to show that our thoughts and prayers are with the Japanese people.

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    So nice.. yes, Japan is really facing tough times ahead but I am sure they will recover fast too!

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    nice idea..!

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    STP – No, we did not have to pay for those origami papers. Everything was provided for. :)

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    Origami, Interesting Art!For the people of Japan

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    So talented and compassionate in such small little body! Thumbs up boy!

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    Nice !!! Very thoughtful !

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    nice thoughtful gesture by Sunway giza. Glad you folded more than 1 ! :)

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    Very warm and meaningful gesture.

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    Are you having a boy genius there or what? He is really so talented!

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    this is such a nice project :p

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    Bangsar Village also having this last month. Now i can see they hang up all the origami and also there is one donation box, if you would like to do some donation for Japan.

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