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Join in the Fun of Flying Kites


The biggest difference between a mini kite and a regular one is the former's stringent requirements over its framework and covering. So tiny a framework—about 0.2 to 0.3 mm in diameter—is extremely fragile and thus sensitive to the weather. Minor changes in humidity will easily result in slight distortion. But even such slight distortion is not to be taken lightly.With the control line in hand, one can readily endow his kite with a most dynamic existence in the air. It's really an awe-inspiring dance against the infinite blue of the sky--and an ode to eons of Chinese culture still vibrant today.


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