‘Modern China, Classic Sports’: Traditional Chinese diabolo

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This episode of “Modern China, Classic Sports” features diabolo, also known as Chinese yo-yo. China Media Group Mobile and China Global Television Network jointly present this special program, which brings you the best of the country’s ancient sports as the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games approach.

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