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Folding Wishes into Paper Art

May 18, 2018

They look like Bonsai, but incorporate the traditional Japanese art of paper-folding known as origami. The paper crane, which is the most popularly made, symbolizes "hope" or "healing." How did a young Japanese artist come up with the idea of combining two traditions?