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January 10, 2013
Origami, the Japanese art of creating sculpture from folded paper, is a relaxing hobby for some, and a serious art form for others. For others still, it is a physical representation of mathematical and biological principles. But for Ken Fowler, origami has been a way to recover from mental illness and start a new career. VOA's Shelley Schlender reports.

Ancient Japanese Art Has Redemptive Power

Published 10 January 2013

Origami, the Japanese art of creating sculpture from folded paper, is a relaxing hobby for some, and a serious art form for others. For others still, it is a physical representation of mathematical and biological principles. But for Ken Fowler, origami has been a way to recover from mental illness and start a new career. VOA's Shelley Schlender reports.