Posted by: Agu
Are you interested in ecology project?
Have you ever heard of "My Hashi" project?
In Japan, splittable wooden chopsticks are offered in the situation such as
when you buy food in the convenience store, when you have lunch in a restaurant.
This splittable wooden chopsticks , called "Waribashi" in Japanese, is disposable.
About 25 billion of Waribashi are used for a year in Japan.
My Hashi is the activity that you stop using Waribashi,
and that you take your own chopsticks with you and use them instead.
Some people have the regular chopsticks with the case.
Some people have the assembly type chopsticks.
It's convenient to carry it in your bag.
Why don't you buy chopsticks for yourself and friends?
Your action might lead to save the earth!!
Posted by: Agu (September 15, 2010 8:22 PM)