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    • Guanniu

    • Guanniu is a bull wrestling contest held in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province, China. It has been a tradition of the Hui ethnic minority since the 13th century. Local men test their strength against bulls weighing as much as 400 kg. Contestants have to force a bull on the ground with their bare hands within three minutes. ... Read »


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    • Jegichagi

    • Jegichagi

      Jegichagi is a Korean traditional outdoor game in which players kick a paper jegi into the air and attempt to keep it aloft. A jegi is similar to a shuttlecock, and is made from paper wrapped around a small coin. In Korea, children usually play alone or with friends in winter seasons, especially on Lunar New Year. Bri ... Read »


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    • List of traditional children's games


    • List of Vietnamese traditional games

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    • Mheibes

    • Mheibes (Arabic: محيبس‎‎) is a traditional game involving two teams. It is mostly played in the Arab Mashriq, and specifically in Iraq and it is roughly equivalent to the English game Up Jenkins . The word Mheibes is a cognate of the word Mihbes (Arabic: محبس‎‎), which me ... Read »


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    • Ritinis

    • Ritinis (also ritinys, rypka, rifle, katilka) is a team sport originating in Lithuania. It is included in the World Lithuanian Games. Ritinis was also represented in the TAFISA World Games. Ritinis is often played on a football field. Games last 40 minutes, with a half-time interval after 20 minutes. Two teams of ... Read »


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    • Steal the Flingsock

    • Steal the Flingsock or Steal the Handkerchief is a traditional children's game mostly played in Europe. The game fits well to be directed by a teacher or an adult that takes care to give same chances to both teams and all players. ... Read »


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    • Tenshi no Solitaire

    • Tenshi no Solitaire is a Japan-only WiiWare game developed by G-Mode. It costs 500 Wii points. The game features three basic versions of solitaire to play. Rather than using the pointer function of the Wii Remote to select and move cards, the game instead uses the Wii Remote on its side, with players using the d-pad t ... Read »


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    • Tiyakad

    • The Tiyakad is a Philippine cultural game and recreation uses bamboo hewn or tree branches that intersect floors prominent in the legs and rest intervals on the ground. The game played using up to 10 feet bamboo tree while 20th century Filipino recreation exaggerates, the stilt wood pursue more high tree branches to be ... Read »


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    • Traditional games in the Philippines

    • Traditional Filipino Games or Indigenous games in the Philippines (Tagalog: Laro ng Lahi) are games commonly played by children, usually using native materials or instruments. In the Philippines, due to limited resources of toys of Filipino children, they usually come up on inventing games without the need of anything ... Read »


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    • Traditional games of Andhra Pradesh

    • India has a number of traditional outdoor games which are played mostly by children but are still cherished by other people of any age, as it reminds them of their childhood days. These are usually enjoyable to play. Though with the advent of computer/video games and lately of mobile games, children prefer to spend the ... Read »


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    • Traditional games of Korea

    • Traditional games of Korea (folk games; Korean: 전통놀이, Jeontongnori) have been influenced by the culture, history and environment of the Korean Peninsula. Koreans have enjoyed games throughout history with family and friends, and the games create a sense of community. The most popular traditional ga ... Read »


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    • Tumbang preso

    • Tumbang preso ("knock down the prisoner"), also known as 'tumba lata ("knock down the can") or bato lata ("hit the can [with a stone]"), is a traditional Filipino children's game. It is usually played in backyards, parks, or in streets when there is little vehicular traffic. The equipment needed are an empty milk ... Read »


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