A Non-Profit Mobile/Virtual Origami Teaching Station
Great news! To date(November 1st. 2022) Origami Canada has been teaching over 55000 people in various activities( including virtual workshops worldwide). Our Free Origami Teaching Station gained more and more popularity in the communities!
Origami Canada is a federal non-profit organization founded and registered by Jackie Han.
It’s a free mobile origami teaching station for kids, parents, and seniors.
It has become an indispensable part of people's leisure time during the pandemic.
* Research and create all kinds of complicated and beautiful origami models (one sheet of paper, uncut)
* Promote and introduce the art of origami design to Canadians and the world.
* Communicate the skills with all the origami lovers in a community.
*Popularize the art of origami to Kids, children, teenagers, and seniors in various community activities, teach them beautiful and colorful models all for free.
Jackie is always looking for new challenges to improve his origami craft. And, he would like to let everyone know that in addition to computers and games — there is an amazing world of fun and creativity to be found in one piece of uncut paper! Go Origami!🦓🦒🕷🐜🎨
Jackie is a STEAM enthusiast🔭🔬🔬
Jackie is very keen on promotion activities in the STEM community, he is also very proud as an important member of @stemkidsrock.
Congratulations! 2020 Richmond Hill Arts Awards for Youth winner-Jackie Han
Virtual Ceremony- Facebook video
Jackie Han, a first-year university student, is passionate about creating origami art with his hands from 6 years old. Insects, animals and architecture(geometric designs) are among some of his favorite subjects.
He has been teaching himself for 10 years and has studied a variety of origami methods and origami models. His love and passion for origami have become a part of him as he engages in the community. He promotes contemporary origami and shares his passion with children and seniors, enriching their lives while sparking all of his participant's natural curiosity!
Jackie has been teaching the children's origami in the communities since he was 12 years old (Grade 6), and never stopped. Transforming personal interests and hobbies into the productivity of community service motivates him to learn more and more.
In the Summer of 2019, Jackie was engaged in a Medical volunteer program in Ghana— "The journey of volunteering in Ghana was indeed full of thrills, challenges and unexpected difficulties! There was a lot of “firsts” in my life. I first travelled alone across a bunch of continents; I, for the first time, saw such grotesque wounds in the leprosy camp and treated them. I admit it was really tough. However, it was the truest most amazing experience! A big thanks to all of those who took care of me kindly on that trip!’"
2018 Ontario Volunteers Award🎉
Jackie is also a promoter of multi-culturalism in our community, performing nearly 50 times for various community activities all these years.💗💗
Jackie likes sports; sports make him maintain great learning enthusiasm in all areas😛😄😃
Twitter: @origami_canada @jackiehan4869