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Headlines News Chenty Widuri Yanti, 22-year-old, was amazed as she looked to the sky above the National Monument (Monas) park in Central Jakarta on Saturday. The skies above were filled with a variety of kites ranging from those featuring legendary
From a pirate ship and Red Baron plane to a butterfly and 40-foot macaw, the sky above the Seal Beach Municipal Pier was dotted with more than 100 colorful kites on Sunday at the 17th annual Japan America Kite Festival. About 15,000 people attended
The Hindu The ring kite, one of the highlights of the kite-flying festival held during Dasara in Mysore on Friday...Kites of different colours and shapes soared high and took to the clear blue skies in the backdrop of Chamundi Hills and Lalitha Mahal
New Taipei, Sept. 28 (CNA) Many people may smile in recognition Saturday when they see a yellow duck kite flying among others of different shapes in New Taipei, where kite enthusiasts have gathered to showcase their skills and designs.
Building kites and flying them may seem like basic child's play...Originating from ancient China, kites have been a major family event in the Asian nation for centuries. In Europe, the Bristol International Kite Festival is one of the largest kiting
Charlis Zheng, 5, of Fremont, right helps his grandfather Xun Zhou, left, launch a bird kite as giant octopus kites fly during the 28th Annual Berkeley Kite Festival & West Coast Kite Championships at Cesar E. Chavez Park in the Berkeley Marina in
Berkeley Kite Festival Sometimes on the perfect Berkeley day, with the perfect bay breeze there is no simpler or better pleasure than flying a kite. And once a year, during the Berkeley Kite Festival, you can partake in the pastime with thousands of
The four-day festival involved 1,121 kites with the aim of stimulating creativity among the younger generation while at the same time promotingtourism in Bali. (JP/Agung Parameswara)
It's time for giant flying fish, micron five stack trains, low wind Zero-G's and the becoming-infamous "Octopile." Yes, it's the fabulous, free Berkeley Kite Festival, soaring into action at Cesar Chavez Park in the city's marina from 10 a.m. to 5 p.
Sometimes on the perfect Berkeley day, with the perfect bay breeze there is no simpler or better pleasure than flying a kite. And once a year, during the Berkeley Kite Festival, you can partake in the pastime with thousands of others, with kites