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This traditional style of Chinese Hacky Sack, also known as Jianzi, resembles a spider or flat straw hat. “People used to use hemp and a hollow Chinese coin to make the spider-style Jinzi, but they've now replaced them with synthetic fiber,” Owner Qi Liu of Magnolia Trading Company told TDmonthly. “You can do lots of tricks…it’s a good form of exercise.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14753 (added 8/20/2007)
This 100-percent silk kite is perfect for a kid to fly or for wall decoration. “Magnolia Trading Company, LLC carries a large selection of Chinese silk kites. They are more creative in shape than the regular nylon kites. They are designed both for flying and home decoration.” Owner Qi Liu of Magnolia Trading Company told TDmonthly. Launch date: January 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13240 (added 6/5/2007)
This model of the Chinese hacky sack has a leather sole filled with sand and sawdust like a regular hacky sack. The sole is very round in shape and soft, almost as if it is a regular Western-style hacky sack, but it has five or nine feathers of different colors on top. Chinese hacky sack kicking is becoming a very popular sport in the USA, and it's spreading like wildfire in some middle and high schools,” Owner Qi Liu of Magnolia Trading Company told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 13239 (added 6/5/2007)
This free-style Chinese hacky sack is made of four goose feathers and a rubber sole. The Chinese Hacky Sack, called Jianzi in China, is a special shuttlecock sport. It is a colorful feathered article with a spring-loaded base that should not be confused with the Badminton Sport Cork Ball. The goal is to kick it and keep it up in the air for as long as possible. The Chinese Hacky Sack has a 2,000-year history and provides a great way to get fit. "They are similar to hacky sacks from the West, but more colorful and easier to kick," Owner Qi Liu of Magnolia Trading Company told TDmonthly. "The feathers allow the hacky sacks to float longer in the air and consequently give you more time to perform stunts." Launch date: December 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 12709 (added 5/9/2007)
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