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Students from quake-stricken Japan enjoy in China

08-06-2011 10:55 BJT

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100 school children from Japan's quake-stricken area arrived in China on Monday. Premier Wen Jiabao invited them to come over for a vacation when he visited the quake-hit areas in May. Now they are spending a week on Hainan Island and participating in a series of cultural activities.

Due to the radiation problem in Japan, these students have been unable to play outdoors in their home country. Now, their Chinese hosts have arranged a series of cultural activities that will allow them to play and relax while experiencing Chinese culture.

On Thursday, the students learned Chinese martial arts...and how to cook egg-tarts.

Five-Step Boxing is one of the basic Chinese martial arts. For many of the students, it was their first time to try it. But they all tried their best and had a great time.

100 school children from Japan's quake-stricken area arrived in China on
Monday. Premier Wen Jiabao invited them to come over for a vacation when
he visited the quake-hit areas in May.

Japanese Student, said, "I can do it now! I am so excited!"

With their home environment still polluted with radiation, the students treasure every opportunity to do outdoor activities. But still, some of the fun at summer camp happens indoors, such as when the kids learned to make egg-tarts.

Japanese Student, said, "It is very difficult. I never did it before."

After practicing several times, the teacher asked the students to mix all the ingredients together.

Japanese Student, said, "It's my first time to do egg tarts, but I think it should be very delicious."

The students will enjoy activities like these, as well as their freshly made egg tarts, until Sunday.

100 school children from Japan's quake-stricken area arrived in China on
Monday. Premier Wen Jiabao invited them to come over for a vacation when he
visited the quake-hit areas in May.

100 school children from Japan's quake-stricken area arrived in China on
Monday. Premier Wen Jiabao invited them to come over for a vacation when he
visited the quake-hit areas in May.

With their home environment still polluted with radiation, the students
treasure every opportunity to do outdoor activities.

With their home environment still polluted with radiation, the students
treasure every opportunity to do outdoor activities.

100 school children from Japan's quake-stricken area arrived in China on
Monday. Premier Wen Jiabao invited them to come over for a vacation when he
visited the quake-hit areas in May.

With their home environment still polluted with radiation, the students
treasure every opportunity to do outdoor activities.

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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