Fold a Paper Crane for Japan.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

I’ve never made a paper crane before until a few hours ago when I came across a campaign page in Facebook that says “PAPER CRANES FOR JAPAN”. With the help of an instructional video from Youtube, I made one specially for Japan. My prayers go to all the people in Japan with this paper crane. Stay strong.

Here's also the instructional video that helped me through making one for Japan. Natuwa ako sa paggawa. It's simple, easy, sisiw! Your first effort for a paper crane shall be for Japan.

Why cranes? Cranes are sacred creatures in Japanese culture. According to ancient legend, anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish—like long life or recovery from illness—by a crane. DoSomething.org aims to collect 100,000 photos of origami cranes from young people to represent 100 wishes for relief and healing to all who are affected by this tragic natural disaster. ”

Visit www.facebook.com/papercranesforjapan and fold your own paper crane now.

P.S Japan is my second country and Japanese is my second nationality...echos. I've always admired everything about Japan. Isa siya sa mga bansang pinapangarap kong pasukin someday. I've also dreamed of doing a mission trip in Japan, introducing them Christ and living for Him. Kaya full force ako sa pakikiramay even with these campaigns. ^^

At eto pa. Help Japan through twitter by following BING ---> How you can #SupportJapan - http://binged.it/fEh7iT. For every retweet, @bing will give $1 to Japan quake victims, up to $100K. And MORE WAYS TO HELP JAPAN

28 comments:

khantotantra said...

gusto ko ding gumawa nian. gawa nga ako today :D

goyo said...

cool! gagawa din ako ng post for Japan. :D

Kamila said...

wow nice..gagawa din ako..

Kamila said...

hey.. shnare ko sa TUMBLR yung

---Why cranes? Cranes are sacred creatures in Japanese culture. According to ancient legend, anyone who folds a thousand origami cranes will be granted a wish—like long life or recovery from illness—by a crane. DoSomething.org aims to collect 100,000 photos of origami cranes from young people to represent 100 wishes for relief and healing to all who are affected by this tragic natural disaster. ”--

and acknowledge your blog there.. thanks.

♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ ayu ♫ Ƹ̵̡Ӝ̵̨̄Ʒ ♫ said...

di ako marunong magfold nyan e :/

nice : ) said...

woooooow !! this could be fun! i will make one right now! heheh :D

Jhiegzh said...

I support and pray for Japan! Ma try nga rin gumawa...

Biboy Ordinario said...

kudos for what you've done! :) such a simple deed in showing your love and support for Japan :) gagawin rin ako ng ganito haha

iya_khin said...

nakagawa na ako nyan, tinuruan ako ng amo kong hapon! hehehe

T.R.Aurelius said...

di na ko marunong gumawa ng origami, paturo naman! hehe

uy salamat sa pagfollow sa aking house, balik ka ulet!

:D

Nonoy said...

wow. this is cool. This is origami. I used to know how to do different kinds of folds of this, now nakalimutan ko na. hehe.:-)

Great idea for all the victims and victim's family in Japan.

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

salamat sa video..try ko uli gumawa niyan..forget ko na kasi ang gumawa niyan......pero noong bata pa madalas kami gumawa niyan ng mga kaibigan..

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

i hope makabangon agad ang bansang Japan sa nangyari..

Axl Powerhouse Production Inc, said...

isa yan sa mga pinapagawa sa amim yung elemtary ako na di ko maperfect perfect hehehe :D

pusang kalye said...

awts---I will make one. My heart also goes to all the people in japan. thanks for this Sendo. touching. sad sad sad

glentot said...

One paper crane for Maria Ozawa...

MiDniGHt DriVer said...

nice.. origami.. kaya ko yan!

eden said...

Di ako marunong gumawa niya but try ko Sendz.

Salamat sa visit.

Dhemz said...

what a great idea....nice! btw, congratz Sendz on passing the exam....wohoo! way to go..RN na jud ka...bongga!

Xprosaic said...

Naks! di rin ako marunong ng origami... hehehehehe... ganda ng gawa mo parang pro na pro... hehehehhehe

jezonhamster said...

buti may tutorial. nakailang try ako gumawa nyan since grade 1, frustrating kapag di gumalaw pakpak pag inila ang ulo at buntot.

#prayforjapan

malaking tulong tong post mo sir sendo

halojin said...

una sa lahat kuya sendo. sensya na kung now lagn ako nakadalw dito sa website mo panu ba naman kasi dami naming finals kaya eto now lang nakadalw. kuya want ko din makagawa niyan sa totoo lang eh ^_^ ...

p.s.
kuya sendo..pa help naman..comment ka naman sa post ko regardingsmart bro salamt!

I AM ENHENYERO, AND THIS IS MY BLOGSPOT said...

one way to showing support for Japan, nice effort.

fiel-kun said...

Nakagawa na ako ng paper cranes dati... pero gusto ko ulit gumawa ngayon.

Please, dont stop praying for Japan!

Arian Tejano said...

I used to be good at it.. turning paper into heckuva cute forms. I don't if I can make one again. But for this cause, I surely have to.

kring23 said...

galing galing :))))) let's all pray for Japan and other Asian countries as well :)

Jag said...

Ingana d i na pag crane? hehehe...kabalo ko ana muhimo chos! hehehe

Allen said...

nung high school naadik kami jan ng mga classmate ko. dumating pa sa point na yung assignments namin, pinapasa namin sa paper cranes tapos galit na galit yung teacher kasi nahihirapan sya magunfold. hahaha.

Anyway, try mo basahin yung story ni Sadako Sasaki entitles A Thousand Paper Cranes. Ang ganda ganda.