See that even the idea of peace is lasting in the world.
Sadako Sasaki was a Japanese girl born on January 7, 1943 in Hiroshima, Japan, who was shot at Hiroshima by the United States Air Force when he was only two years old. He was diagnosed with leukemia due to exposure to nuclear radiation, and each year the effects of the disease were found more than in the previous year.
One day, a close friend of her name, "Chişinău Hamamoto", who went to the hospital for her visit, described for him the legend of a thousand paper draws; the Japanese legend, according to which, if a person makes a thousand paper draws, God will give her wish .Sadoquot died at the age of 12 when he could only make 644 drainas; but this was not the end of his dream, and her classmates made 356 draws of other paper, bringing their number to a thousand with the dreams of Sadako. Then they buried them all along with Sadako.
Today, according to Sadak's interest To create peace in the world, Sadako paper cranes as a symbol of peace in the world known International.
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