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.
As strict lockdown measures to contain the outbreak ravages global economic activity, the luxury food industry could be among the worst-hit since it heavily relies on restaurants and top hotels for the demand for deluxe items.
Strapped for cash due to the COVID-19 outbreak, people in Los Angeles have turned to bartering and sharing food items among other things.
Since Spain eased confinement measures, the residents have been able to socialise with each other and receive visitors, but cannot yet mix with their friends at the recently-reopened day centre.
This remarkable achievement underscores Mediclinic’s unwavering commitment to providing patients with cutting-edge surgical solutions and revolutionising the future of healthcare.
The market stalls included several types of vegan leather, organic cotton and a seaweed-based yarn grown from regenerative kelp.
Food words are often the most fun, and the ones added this year reflect the ever-evolving culture of food and restaurants.