NGUYEN HUNG CUONG
I have been doing Origami since I was 6. Paper folding is a subject in junior school. So I was taught to fold many simple models. In 1997, my mom bought me my first Origami book: “Prehistoric Origami” by John Montroll. The book made me an Origami lover. I tried to seek and fold all the diagrams I could find. But it was very difficult to find books about Origami in Vietnam. When I couldn’t find anything new to fold, I began creating my own models. In 2004, I met Hiba and joined the Vietnam Origami Group (VOG). Since then, I met and became friends with many Origami enthusiasts. Among all Origami authors, I admire Robert Lang; his book “Origami Design Secrets” helps me a lot in designing. I consider him as my first origami teacher.
- Eagle in the book "Permis de plier"
- Interview & article in the book "Permis de plier"