Chinlon – Myanmar

Chinlon Myanmar Asia Myanmar Ball game Props:a ball N.o.p.: 6
This game is widely spread over Asian countries. The ball is very light with holes in it and is
rather hard. You get used after some time to kick the ball without having pain! It needs
skills to be a good player!
Director/camera: Jules Oosterwegel Editor: Timo Gilhuis Shooting date: 2015

Ball Phint Pyit Myat Ko Pyit Chin – Myanmar

Ball phint pyit myat ko pyit chin Asia Myanmar Ball Game Props: a ball, wooden sticks N.o.p.: 16
Two groups in this game, one defending and the other attacking with the ball. Three sticks are put up standing together. From a distance the players must roll the ball and try to let the sticks fall over. When the sticks are hit and fall over, the attacking party picks up the ball and tries to hit the players from the defending party, who at the same time have to put up the sticks without being hit by the ball.
Director/camera: Jules Oosterwegel Editor: Timo Gilhuis Shooting date: 2015

Passeios – Portugal

Passeios Europe Portugal Ball game Props: a ball N.o.p.: 2
Two boys are standing on the pavement, each on one side of the road. The higher the sides of the steps are, the better it is to play this game. The trick of this game is to throw the ball against the side of the steps at the position of the other boy. If you manage to do so, the ball bounces back to you and you’ve got a point. If you throw a little harder and the ball bounces back in a way that you can catch the ball, you have got two points. It all depends on agreements made before playing the game. Ensure yourself that it is a calm or quiet street without cars, it’s safer and more fun to play.
Director/camera: Jules Oosterwegel Editor: Timo Gilhuis Shooting date: 1999

Koning boeren – The Netherlands

Koning Boeren Europe The Netherlands Ball game Props: a tennis ball N.o.p.: 5 +
This game is played by four children inside the playground and two children aside waiting for their turn to step in. Before starting the game, they make/draw a big square and divide this into four small squares. In every square stands a child and they use a tennis ball to play the game. Every player must hit the ball with his hand and before the ball is hit into a neighbour square, the ball must first bounce in your own square. If you receive a ball from another square it may bounce more than once in your own square before hitting it back, but most children don’t let the ball bounce too often, because then the ball loses speed and height and is therefore more difficult to hit into another square. It is fun to make feints, so that every player has to be very concentrated during this fast playing game. If you are unable to bounce the ball before you hit it into another square, then you are out and must change with a player who stands aside the playfield.
Director/camera: Jules Oosterwegel Editor: Timo Gilhuis Shooting date: 2000

Ball Game – China

Ball Play Asia China Ball game Props: a ball N.o.p.: 4 +
This is just a play with some kids in the streets of a small village in South China.
Throwing the ball and running after it endlessly: great fun in a small street.
Director/camera: Jules Oosterwegel Editor: Timo Gilhuis Shooting date:2012