A wing and a prayer, Chinese paper aeroplane champion’s model for success
A Chinese high school pupil has been crowned the country’s national paper aeroplane champion.
Over two thousand contestants – from kindergarteners to adults – attended the event in the eastern city of Ningbo in Zhejiang province on October 6.
Li Jianan won the first place for keeping his plane in the air for 13.8 seconds.
The teenager’s winning design was modelled on the Sky King designed by Takuo Toda, chairman of the Japan Origami Airplanes Association and world record…
Source: China News
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