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Give up One-time / disposable chopsticks

Give up One-time
Give up One-time

In China, the annual consumption of pairs of disposable chopsticks is about 45 billion, which will costs 1.66 million cubic meters of wood you need to chop down about 25 million trees, or about 200 million square meters of forest. Here is a simple design. To add a nest pattern on the head of the disposable chopsticks, when people separate this creative disposable chopsticks, the pattern will be divided into two parts. It may remind people of the fact that the use of disposable chopsticks would destroy more and more homes of birds. It may call on more and more people to refuse disposable chopsticks.

University

Zhejiang University of Technology

Zhejiang University of Technology
Hangzhou, China

Design

Zhejiang University of Technology

Zhejiang University of Technology
Hangzhou, China

Yuanxin Zhao