Benjamin Li
Apr 2, 2013

IN PHOTOS: Times Square's 'Miss you much Leslie' exhibition breaks Guinness World Record

The 'Miss you much Leslie' exhibition, organised by Times Square and Fun Entertainment, is centered around late Hong Kong superstar Leslie Cheung’s music, stage performances and films. His local and overseas fans joined forces to fold 1,900,119 paper cranes, breaking the Guinness World Record as the world's largest paper crane exhibition. The exhibition, which kicked off yesterday (the 10th anniversary of his passing), also included a 6-metre-high statue of Cheung and will run until 1 May.

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