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.
The study also showed that the UAE government’s handling of the pandemic’s effect, contributed to the spread of reassurance and a sense of safety among community members, by about 98%.
The pandemic has dealt a blow to London’s tourism industry, which employs one in seven of the capital’s workers. The cobblestones are deserted at the Tower of London. A biting wind blows and there is no sign of life.
Zakaria argues that the consequences of this pandemic may not change the future so much as it would accelerate it, and as a result, the world is now left to face pressing dilemmas that it previously had a number of decades, or at least a number of years, to thoroughly tackle.
The animal was ridden by Charlotte Casiraghi, a niece of Prince Albert of Monaco and a competitive showjumper who is also a Chanel brand ambassador.
The women have produced 4,400 roses — meant to symbolise the blossoming careers of the successful athletes — for more than 1,200 bunches of flowers.
The social media giant said it hopes the machine will help lay the groundwork for its building of the metaverse, a virtual reality construct intended to supplant the internet as we know it today.