FEATURE: Taiwanese craftsman keeps traditional toy spinning

08/19/2012 12:20 PM
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Before there were trendy toys such as Barbie dolls or Sony Playstations, whipping tops were one of the most popular children's amusements in Taiwan, giving many children hours of fun. And while few youngsters play with the twirling devices nowadays, a Taiwanese craftsman keeps the traditional folk culture alive.


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