Da Tuoluo: spin the world!

In Chinese, ‘play spinning tops’ is translated with ‘ da tuoluo ‘; there was not more reason for these two words, easy to pronounce for Western people not to become the name of my website whose objective is to discover and promote the practice of the

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Spin the world!

In Chinese, ‘play spining top’ is translated with ‘ da tuoluo ‘; there was not more reason that these two words, easy to pronounce for Western people become the name of our website whose objective is to discover and promote the practice of the Chines

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About us

Da Tuoluo is a website dedicated to promotion and development of the practice of the Chinese gyro in France and Europe. It is a service

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Da Tuoluo association on rails

At ten days from the beginning of the classes and the resumption of the associative activities, the association Da Tuoluo is on the rails. All we need is a secretary to register the association. Located in Kerbrat, Maël-Pestivien, Da Tuoluo is a sports and fitness association that exploits the Chinese traditional practices: acupuncture, massage, Chinese […]

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29th July 2017 – Competition opening ceremony

As France representative and future International Whip and spinning top Federation General Secretary, my “official obligations” did not allow me to attend the opening ceremony as a whole. At nine o’clock we were, in fact, inaugurating the International spinning top Museum (see this post) and when we arrived in the arena, the ceremony had already […]

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International spinning top Museum Inauguration

The day before the competition, the work at the museum was completed in extremis after ten months of construction non-stop, 24 hours a day. The collections had been transferred from the old museum to the new building and we took advantage of the evening to visit the museum before the planned inauguration the next day. […]

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A 1000 kg spinning top

The day after we arrived, we were out at 6:30 in the morning and we went to the arena where the various teams were practicing or repeating the opening ceremony. And in the early afternoon, I had the chance to attend the first launch of the 1100 kg spinning top. A team of top players […]

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Training with Shuicheng’s whip players

Before going to Shuicheng, I had imagined meeting many top players and so I put in my bag my “little gyro” of 4.5 kg. Unfortunately, once there, I discovered that the 5 or 10 kg gyro were not in the competition program: the only permitted categories were the gyros plate (Guizhou style), the small tops […]

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Coming back to Beijing Lu

Since I discovered Wuhan, I have always went there alone, leaving my wife at her work at the hospital in Zhanjiang but this time we decided to go together; to make her discover this city she had never visited and meet my friends, the gyro players in Yanjiang Park. As I still speak weak Chinese, […]

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Song Jian Hua, the Spinning top Master

Since I met the spinning top players from Yanjiang Park in Wuhan, I spend an average of one week every two months to train with players who all have at least ten years of practice and to improve my technique. As a matter of time, I had just dropped my research on local spinning top […]

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