~There is at least one Kite Festival every weekend of the year in some part of the world.
Kite flying was banned in Japan in 1760 because too many people preferred to fly kites than work.
Large kites were banned in East Germany because of the possibility of man-lifting over the Berlin Wall.
Kites have been used for centuries for fishing.
It is now thought that the first kites flown over 3000 years ago, were made from leaves.
You do not need wind to fly a kite.
Samuel Franklin Cody who invented the Cody man-lifting kite system was the first man to cross the English Channel towed by kites in 1903.
The modern ram air parachute and para-gliders were developed from a parafoil kite invented by the American kite maker Domina Jalbert in 1963.
Each year on the second Sunday of October kite flyers in nearly every country of the World unite and fly a kite to celebrate "ONE SKY ONE WORLD."
THIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13TH IS THE SECOND SUNDAY IN OCTOBER. WON'T YOU JOIN US IN YOUR PART OF THE SKY?