Thursday, October 1, 2015

Lucky Chinatown’s Mid-Autumn Festival: Witness the Guinness World Record-breaking Origami Lantern Display

One of the most in demand represatation of Mid-Autum Festival are the Lanterns. All filipinos are invited celebration of Mid-Autumn Festivat at Lucky Chinaton by making largest origami lanters display which is currently display at the mall's Atrium.

The lantern is consisting of 19,999 origami lanterns in dragon structure. For those who visited the Lucky Chinatown Mall, they have the opportunity to write their own Mid-Autumn Festival wish on a Lantern of Hope. These wish lanterns will then be collected to create the world’s Largest Display of Origami Lanterns

Photo: Lucky Chinatown

“The lanterns of hope display is sure to become another artistic treasure of the Philippines’ Chinatown and a lasting symbol of all our good wishes for a brighter and more prosperous future,” “We would like to thank the community of Binondo for their support in this endeavor, as well as call on people to visit Lucky Chinatown this September and help the Philippines break the world record for the Largest Display of Origami Lanterns,” Said Megaworld first vice president and commercial division head Kevin L. Tan.

The most recent record for an origami display was set by Hong Kong, who created the world’s largest display of Origami Horses. Designed by acclaimed Belgian artist Charles Kaisin to celebrate the Chinese New Year, the display of Origami Horses was made up of 11,817 horses and was custom-designed to form the shape of a goat to welcome the Chinese New Year of the Goat.




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