Clock-shaped Flat Kite (design drawing)

Ha Yiqi2004

China Intangible Heritage Industry Alliance

China Intangible Heritage Industry Alliance
Beijing, China

This kite adopted the shape of a traditional copper clock for its main body. What’s atop the clock is a “pulao”, namely, a baby dragon with one body but two heads, one of the nine sons of the dragon in Chinese mythology. Known for their love of roaring by nature, pulaos are commonly-seen ornaments on clocks in ancient China.


  • Title: Clock-shaped Flat Kite (design drawing)
  • Creator: Ha Yiqi
  • Date: 2004
  • Type: Beijing Ha Yiqi Kite
  • Physical format: 27x23cm

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