December 24, 1999
dwellers of Oriland and Yurii & Katrin Shumakov
One year ago, Oriland has appeared on the Internet from hands of Yurii and Katrin Shumakov. At first there were four small areas: City, Park, Forest and Reserve.
Now Oriland has extended up to seven cities.
today there is a birthday of one of the founders of Oriland -
May all your dreams come true!
The scientists of La Magic have found an ancient scroll with the diagram of folding of Gold Dragon. They predict, that there are such 24 scrolls, which are in different parts of Oriland.
Already many have set off on searches of the Lost Diagrams of Gold Dragon. All would like to find them. Especially because on east calendar the 2000 is called by year of Gold Dragon!
Take part in search of the Lost Diagrams, find all diagrams for Gold Dragon, read a secret phrase and submit it. Then your name will be written down in the List of the Best Scouts of Oriland.
of the Lost Diagrams
of the Best Scouts of Oriland
1999 ThinkQuest Winners!
Our "Travel to Oriland" has received the Silver Award in category "Art and Literature" in 1999 ThinkQuest Competition!
The friends of Oriland send their New Year's congratulations!
Sandi Scoggins teaches at the Yell County Juvenile Detention Center in Danville, Arkansas, USA.
"Congratulations on your
award at ThinkQuest! You deserve it!!!
Sandi and her students have sent us a photo of a remarkable christmas tree made by them with use of origami!
She comments: "All of the folded parts of the tree were folded by some of the students, two members of the staff and myself. I designed the tree and put it together myself. The ornaments were folded by the students and myself. The boxes under the tree were all folded by the students. It is currently in our classroom."
Sandi explains: "It is made entirely out of paper. The support in the middle is poster board, and the base is cardboard. The ornaments and the boxes underneath are also made out of paper. The only things that are not paper are the glue holding the tree together and the fishing line by which the ornaments are hanging."
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