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Post by federicoh »

hello people, im from argentina and i've started to fold some things about 2 months ago... just making this post to say hi to everybody!! here in argentina origami is not something really important, there arent any books or things like that so i download everything from the internet! maybe ill bother you with some diagrams i cant go through :P
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Post by legionzilla »

Welcome to the forum! You don't need to feel sad that origami is not important in your country, in my country, origami is a sissy thing to do!
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Welcome to the forum!!!!!!!! :D
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Post by InsomniacFolder »

Welcome aboard.

The popularity of origami is growing in South America, with excllent organisations in Chile, Colombia & Brasil, &, of course, Roman Diaz from Uruguay.

Argentina has a great history with origami, as both Adolfo Cerceda & Ligia Montoya are Argentinian
Lets hope you can help popularise Origami in Agrentina again!

Origami USA (OUSA) lists 4 Argentinian Origami Groups that might interest you: ... 627b1e1ce4
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Post by Piotzintli »

Welcome to this site. I think origami is for anyone to feel it and take it as an art. I neither meet books about origami in my town..
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