Chopstick tree

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A child looks at a tree made from disposable chopsticks during a public campaign held by Greenpeace outside a shopping mall in Beijing December 18, 2010. Four trees made from more than 80,000 pairs of disposable chopsticks were on display during the event aimed at awakening people's forest conservation awareness, according to the organizer. REUTERS

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