Messages are displayed on one of 1,000 origami cranes.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
While the world is busy struggling to survive the ongoing pandemic situation, a few people go that extra mile to spread some smiles.
The coronavirus pandemic has left many families lonely, sick, fearful and many others absolutely devastated.
A library in Brooklyn called the Greenpoint Library made a thousand origami colourful cranes with messages of love and hope written on them for victims and survivors of the pandemic.
The thoughtful gesture has left many passerby’s and readers in awe.
Tenzin Kalsang, the Greenpoint children's librarian spoke to a section of the media and shared how she monitored the effort of the whole display in hope of spreading light among darkness.
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