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March 19, 2019
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How to do origami

  • Photo by Robert Grant

November 9, 2018

Henry Kaku of Petaluma was on hand at the opening of the Sonoma County Japanese American History Exhibit at the Cotati Museum Sunday afternoon to fold an origami crane in front of the audience out of a five-foot square sheet of paper, which by the way, had a message written on it before he started. He is here with the completed swan, note the message is visible on the right wing.