Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014
Posted by Daily News • Last Updated 12:03 pm on Thursday, July 10 2014
A group of children throw punches into the sky while another student (not pictured) demonstrates basic kung-fu moves at Wednesday night’s Greenville Middle School talent show put on by students from Beijing. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson
GREENVILLE — High school students from Beijing, China, are visiting Greenville this week to learn about American culture and help the local community with service projects.
The Beijing students hosted a talent show at Greenville Middle School on Wednesday evening.
Children wait to see if the card picked is the one the magician picks out of the deck at Wednesday night’s talent show at Greenville Middle School. — Daily News/Kyle WIlson
The first act of Wednesday night’s talent show featured a pair of hip hop dancers from the visiting Beijing school. The duo danced to three current hip hop songs during their routine at Greenville Middle School. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson
Scott Harding, right, holds a silk painting of the Great Wall Of China presented to him by the students of Beijing on Wednesday night in the Greenville Middle School cafeteria. Harding, the founder/CEO of the National Relief Network, is the coordinator behind the project which brought students from Beijing to Greenville. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson
Chinese students, facility and staff pose for a picture outside of Greenville Middle School on Wednesday night, following a talent show put on by the students from Beijing. — Daily News/Kyle Wilson
Email Alerts: Coming Soon…