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Chinese paper folding

Chinese paper folding, or zhezhi is the art of paper folding that originated in medieval China.

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3D origami is different than regular Chinese paper folding since it is not a single piece of paper folded over and over again to make a figure. 3D origami is using more than one piece of paper and folding it into triangle shaped pieces with a special technique to place together to make a large "3D" figure.

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