A kite is traditionally a tethered heavier-than-air craft with wing surfaces that react
against the ... Kites were invented in China, where materials ideal for kite building
were readily available: ...
Traditionally, historians give credit for the invention of the kite to the Chinese.
They admit, though, that China may get credit simply because its history has
The kite is something children all over the world play with. But how, and where,
was the kite invented? And was it always a toy? The generally accepted wisdom
The kite is widely recognized as having originated in China. For this reason, one
can safely say that the origin of the Chinese kite is synonymous with the origin ...
The largest number of kites flown on a single line is 11,284, this record is held by
a Japanese .... People were flying kites 1,000years before paper was invented.
As with any new invention, kites were used for good and bad. Seventh-century
Buddhist monks used kites to enrich harvests and to avert evil spirits in the sky, ...
While researching other history pages on this site, I got the impression that China
was the birth-place of the kite. However, on re-searching the Web, it seems that ...
Kites were first developed in ancient China. Written references to kites in China
date back to 200 b.c., but they were probably invented at a much earlier time.
Especially the heron or egret kite, a bird kite with wings and legs that are ... the
combination of dragonhead with the train of kite segments is an invention of the ...
It is commonly accepted that the kite was invented in China. However, there is
significant reason to believe that the kite may have developed in the Indonesian ...