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Origami art raises funds to fight Covid-19 in Brussels

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Brussels (Belgium), 16 May, EFE, (Camera: Leo Rodríguez).- The Belgian artist and designer Charles Kaisin has launched the initiative Origami for Life, a work of art made up of more than 10,000 paper birds sent by anonymous citizens from all over the world. For each origami bird, the artist donates five euros to the Kaisin Hospital Foundation in Belgium, thanks to the participation of several collaborating companies.FOOTAGE OF THE ORIGAMI ART, INCLUDING STATEMENTS BY CHARLES KAISIN, BELGIAN ARTIST AND DESIGNER WHO CREATED 'ORIGAMI FOR LIFE'.

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