Leafkite in Indonesia / Découverte du Cerf-volant feuille

( English ) Discover the great International Kite Festival of Muna Island, Sulawesi, Indonesia, Where i whent in August 2009, invited by Sari Madjid and Tinton, the organizer of the festival, as the Kite Festival of Jakarta.

Leafkites ( lyanglyang = kite in Indonesian) where invented thouthand years ago and still made traditionaly in Indonesia, please discover how :


( French )Voila un grand périple – 4 avions et 1 bateau pour rejoindre de Paris l’ile de Muna, près de l’ile de Célèbes, à 3000 km à l’est de Jakarta, en Indonésie. On y fabrique encore les cerf-volants de feuille séchées, attachées à l’aides d’aiguilles de bambou sur un cadre de bambou et lianes tressées. Les cerf-volants font 1,5 x 1m et sont équipés au dos d’un arc vibrant, jouant des sons selon le vent.

Voila mon petit reportage au festival de Muna avec la crème des fabriquants de cerf-volants locaux, dont le chef de la police !

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