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FLIPPING kids! Chinese child gymnasts train hard in Yantai


Chinese children showed off their flipping skills at the Red Kids Martial Arts School in the eastern Chinese city of Yantai. The head of the school, Huijie Song, said that he hoped the hardships of training would prepare the children for adult life and help ensure they remember China's past adding that by "coaching the kids with the basic training of martial arts, we hope they won't forget our history."

Added on the 03/12/2018 12:12:59 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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