Thai students create 1,000 origami cranes for sick children in Bath

Screen Shot 2014-04-22 at 15.13.07A group of Thai students who are spending time living and learning in Bath have been working hard to help sick children at Bath’s Royal United Hospital.

The students, who are studying with Languages United, a language school based in Walcot Street, made 1,000 origami cranes with the help of the school’s Japanese teacher Meiko.

Thousand Origami Cranes is a group of one thousand origami paper cranes held together by strings. As a symbol of good luck, the students donated their colourful creation to the Forever Friends Appeal at the Royal United Hospital.

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