rocketry in asia?

Why is there no information on any rocketry activities in asia? are they
outlawed or something?
Reply to
tai fu
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There is not much activity in asia. There is state sponsored MODEL rocketry activity through FAI sanctioned contests. Try the FAI site.
Reply to
Jerry Irvine
Ive seen on TV, how "bottle" rockets which were some 2 meters tall(the "grain" was 2m tall, the whole rocket was even taller) were flown in some festival what was all about flying lots of and big rockets(the fireworks ones). That was in Thailand. I dont think its illlegal in most places. Fireworks are very popular in asia and model rockets arent less safer(for the public and the goverment) than those, so i see no reason to ban rockets. Maybe they are just not that active on the net. Im from the former USSR and i know that in here, public didnt have access to fireworks and they were problably banned, but model rocketry was quite popular.
Reply to
Ronald Tammepõld
Yea, sparklers are sold in CarryFour (about America's Equivilent of Super Target, or Target and Kroger combined) And they are the BIG 1/2 meter long ones... I think firecrackers are sold widely but im not too sure where... since everytime theres a wedding either bottle rockets are shot or firecrackers kept going off. The stuff's like Vodka in Russia...
Try finding THAT in your local grocery store...
Reply to
tai fu
How about Japan?
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Reply to
Darren J Longhorn
Duh!
In Asia, the government is god and god does not like the lesser angles having toys reserved for the gods. Don't forget the watch was banned from the people because time was considered to be above the little people. That blunder cost Asia big time.
Reply to
Arnold Roquerre

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