Art of Japanese wrapping: here's a contest to create your best furoshiki designs

The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur is welcoming submissions for its inaugural Furoshiki Design Contest. Photo: JFKL

Bored at home? Here is something for art and design students to think about. The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur (JFKL) is calling for submissions for its first Furoshiki Design Contest.

Furoshiki is a square piece of cloth or fabric traditionally used mainly to wrap objects, or carry and store them.

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