Schuicheyuan Primary School students perform Cleveland City Hall Rotunda
January 3, 2018
Students from the Schuicheyuan Primary School of the Gansu Province in China took a cultural exchange trip to Cleveland during their school's winter break. They performed at the Cleveland Cavaliers game on Tuesday January 2, 2018.
The students and their principal Jin YAN and other dignitaries visited Cleveland City Hall the next day.
Representatives from the City of Cleveland welcomed them including Grady Stevenson, interim Director of the Community Relations Board, Alexander Lackey from the City of Cleveland Mayor's Office and Chia-Min Chen, City of Cleveland Asian American Liaison.
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Representatives from the Chinese delegation including Jin Yan, the principal of the Schuicheyuan Primary School, spoke. .
The City of Cleveland presented a proclamation to the visitors and the Chinese delegation presented the Mayor and the City with a scroll and gift.
Principal Jin Yan presents a gift to Alexander Lackey and Antony Yen interprets
Then Principal Jin Yan and other dignitaries spoke.
Then the students performed.
The first performance was a traditional folk song from the Northwestern part of China. It has the meaning of encouragement, harmony and perseverance.
The second performance was this Flower Drum Dance.
Before leaving, the students posed with local officials for this group photo. On 3 say "Cleveland!".
Enjoy these other images from the Schuicheyuan Primary School visit to Cleveland City Hall.
Schuicheyuan Primary School students with Cleveland Fire Chief Angelo Calvillo
Posing with Cleveland Fire Chief Angelo Calvillo
Chia-Min Chen and Cleveland Fire Chief Angelo Calvillo
High Five with Jack Craciun
Schuicheyuan Primary School visitors group photo
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