Elementary school adds kung fu to curriculum

2015-05-26 03:10:17 GMT2015-05-26 11:10:17(Beijing Time)  ecns.cn
A student practices Dunhuang kung fu at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A student practices Dunhuang kung fu at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)A teacher leads students in a Dunhuang kung fu practice at an elementary school in Lanzhou city, capital of Northwest China’s Gansu province, May 25, 2015. The type of kung fu developed its style and movements from flying apsaras found in the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, Gansu province. The elementary school introduced the class in 2013 and invited masters to coach students. (Photo: China News Service/Yang Yanmin)
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