Origami Jalur Gemilang enters record book


Yeoh (in light blue) putting the finishing touches on the flag with a paper crane, together with (kneeling from left) Yeap, Ch’ng and Wong and visitors to the mall. — Photos: SAM THAM/The Star

IT WAS a unique show of patriotism when the Malaysia Origami Academy created the Jalur Gemilang with more than 6,000 paper cranes, in conjunction with Malaysia Day.

The creative work helped the academy etch its name in the Malaysia Book of Records for the Biggest Jalur Gemilang made from cranes via origami.

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