Markham Wesley Centre organized Thousand Cranes Pandemic Community Art project on Wednesday, December 16 from 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Zoom. The project idea was originated from our member, May Chan, Arts and Crafts instructor. May has created a paper crane sculpture consisting of 222 paper cranes. The project aims to unite people in the GTA community during pandemic in completing 1,000 cranes together. During this one-hour workshop, May demonstrated to participants of all ages how to fold origami cranes. We were joined together to fold cranes and make wishes of good health, wellness and appreciation to everyone in the community. It is a reminder that we are still all connected regardless of the situation and it is only by supporting and appreciating each other that we will find solutions.
We greatly appreciate the joint effort of all project participants in making many beautiful cranes. We had collected their crane photos and created an electronic Christmas card to bring forth peace and love to the people in the community especially the seniors living in senior homes and apartments.
We love to share the electronic Christmas card with you and send our warmest wishes to you and your family.
Please simply click the link below and find the electronic Christmas card.
萬民衛斯理社區服務中心於12月16日（星期三）下午4:30至5:30在Zoom上舉行「齊摺千鶴抗新冠」社區藝術項目。該項目最初由中心會員，美術和手工導師May Chan構思與發起。 May創造了一個由222隻紙鶴組成的紙鶴雕塑。在新冠病毒疫情期間，我們希望透過這個活動, 團結大多倫多社區中的人士一起摺1000隻紙鶴。在這個一小時的工作坊中，May向參加者示範如何摺紙鶴。我們團結在一起，一起摺紙鶴，彼此祝願和感謝。這提醒我們，無論情況如何，我們仍然保持聯繫，只有相互支持和欣賞，我們才能發現解決方案。