Paper cranes, from token of good wishes to online trolls by Chinese netiznes

Alia | April 7th, 2011 - 5:37 am

Paper cranes, a traditional Japanese token of good wishes, are transformed by Chinese netizens. This new breed of paper cranes with legs may look creepy, but at the same time, funny as hell.



Liu Xiang



Poll dancer


Movie star

Ballet dancer



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