Making a Wish： Origami Paper Cranes
Are you fans of Origami, the art of paper-folding? Among the many shapes that can be made out of an Origami rectangle, the origami crane is one that even people who are poor at Origami have surely successfully folded at least once. Although it might seem difficult at first, the paper crane’s folding process is surprisingly simple, so both adults and children can fold them quite enjoyably. Using traditional Japanese colored paper, it is possible to fold multiply paper cranes and by coming up with ways to fold the paper create lovely and beautiful decorations.The thousand paper cranes tied together determinedly by many people are well-known as symbols of their wishes for peace, longevity and recovery from illnesses. Today we’re proud to present a special feature of origami paper cranes folded out of a single sheet of paper. Take a look!