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The materials of the traditional Chinese kites are mainly bamboo and silk. Purely made and painted by hand. Inheriting Chinese traditional crafts of kites, made by folk artisans from all over China. each kite was made with fine-selected material and excellent handicrafts. Each of them has been adjusted by kite experts, so they can fly high and steadily. Besides this, they're worth while appreciation and collections.
  • Decorative Kites
    Decorative Kites
    Kites have been around for thousands of years and they are a part of many different cultures around the world. Kites are usually heavier-than-air, but there is a second category of lighter-than-air kite called a kytoon which may be filled with hydrogen, hot air, methane, or helium; these stay aloft with or without wind; at calm they float; at wind they receive lift from buoyancy and aerodynamic lift. Kytoons have been made in toy-scale as well as military large scale.Kites may be flown for recreation, art or other practical uses. Sport kites can be flown in aerial ballet, sometimes as part of a competition. Power kites are multi-line steerable kites designed to generate large forces which can be used to power activities such as kite surfing, kite landboarding, kite buggying and a new trend snow kiting. Kites towed behind boats can lift passengers which has had useful military applications in the past.Kite will be known for the world .if you choose something to decoration,you can chooose it.
  • Weifang Kites
    Weifang Kites

    Located in Weifang Shandong China, the famous International Kite Capital. Kite is originated in China and developed in the world. As not only crafts but also toys for sport, kites are loved by people live in different countries and regions.Of course, kites are also modern gifts for friends.Kites from Weifang are amongst the best one in China. Kites were once called Zhiyuan in North China and Yaozi in South China. The current name 'Fengzheng' came into use during the Five Dynasties (907. 960AD). According to the history book Xun Chu Lu by Lang Ying of Ming Dynasty, Li Ye, who lived in the Five Dynasties Periods, used to make and fly kites in the imperial court. He once attached a whistle made of bamboo to the upper part of his kite so that a Zheng sound was let out when the kite was flying. The word for wind is feng, so Fengzheng came into use. Weifang Kites has combined the traditional Chinese kite making with Wood-block Printing New Year Pictures, which makes Weifang kites a unique artwork among Chinese kites. There is a saying describing the character of Weifang kites: Put it on the wall, it is a very beautiful Chinese picture; fly it in the sky, it is a beautiful kite

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