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After ten months non-stop work, the Shuicheng International Spinning top Museum opened its doors on 29th July 2017, the day the first Chinese whip and spinner competition began.
At the Shuicheng international whip and spinning top competition, the whip players competed in different categories: Soft whip, chain whip and chain whip over 10 kg.
29th July 2017 – In Shuicheng arena, was held the opening ceremony of the international competition of spinning tops and whip: at the program, parade, flags, national anthem and demonstration of top and whip.
A 1100 kg spinning top
During Shuicheng spinning top and Whip International Competition,
spinning top players teams were fighting with
a giant 1100 kg spinning top.
Spinning top plate players in Shuicheng Competition
In Guizhou province, people use to play spinning top plate,
a discipline that was represented at the Shuicheng Whip and top international competition
Song De Le Tuoluo
Song Jian Hua is one of Wuhan’s last artisans
that produce hand made wooden spinning tops.
In Wuhan, Hubei province, retirees gather at dawn
in Zhongshan Park to play chinese spinning top.
In Kaifeng, Henan province, spinning top players have their meeting place outside
the city, along the southern city wall.
Yanjiang Park, on the Yangtse river bank is another “spot”
for Wuhan chinese spinning top players. Here, people play with 5 to 10 kg spinning tops, and 1,5 meter long stick (or longer). Beginners refrain!
In Zhengzhou, Henan province main city, you can meet spinning top players in Dong Meng Kou Square, south of People Park.