Set a new record of making 1000 origami birds in nine and a half hours
LONDON: A British teenage girl has set a new record in the Guinness Book of World Records by making 1000 paper birds that have been twisted in origami style without stopping for nine and a half hours.
Evelyn Cha did not eat or drink during this time, nor did she go to the toilet. They had a goal in front of them, so they kept making origami birds fast. Origami is a Japanese art in which colorful paper is folded to make interesting shapes. Evelyn wanted to raise ریکارڈ 1,000 from the record to be used for charity, but surprisingly she exceeded her target of ہ 2,300.
According to Evelyn, the money will be donated to volunteers for National Health Workers in the UK. Earlier, a record of 1000 birds was set in 12 hours, which has been broken by a gap of two and a half hours. According to him, 1000 birds are enough and in Japanese culture it is customary to make 1000 origami birds after which the purpose of the heart is fulfilled.
She is now submitting a video of the entire process and other details to the Guinness Book of World Records for official recognition of her record.