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Kite enthusiasts Fu Xianming (R) and Lin Wenqing make kites at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)


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Kite enthusiast Fu Xianming makes kite skeletons at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)


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Kite enthusiasts Fu Xianming (R) and Lin Wenqing display one of their kites at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)



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Kite enthusiast Lin Wenqing shows a miniature kite (R) and kite skeleton at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)


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Kite enthusiasts Fu Xianming (R) and Lin Wenqing make kites at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)


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Kite enthusiast Fu Xianming makes a kite skeleton with bamboo material at home in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)



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Kite enthusiast Fu Xianming gives a lesson on kite-making during a workshop at Xili Primary School in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Feb. 20, 2019. Fu Xianming and his wife Lin Wenqing are known for their passion for kites. The retired school-teacher couple has completed more than 1,500 kites since they began to learn kite-making in 1998. Driven by a wish to master the kite-making crafts, Fu and Lin went on multiple study tours to Weifang, Shandong Province, where traditional Chinese kites originated. Besides enjoying themselves, the couple has also set up a campus workshop for local students who show interest in kite-making. (Xinhua/Chen Qibao)


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