Shaolin Kung Fu Class Welcomes 20 Africans--Ecns.cn

发布日期:2016-07-07   字体大小:   

Africans attend the opening ceremony of a Shaolin kung fu training class at the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 


An Indian disciple performs kung fu at the opening ceremony of a training class for Africans at the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 

 A British student performs kung fu at the opening ceremony of a training class for Africans at the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 

Russian students perform kung fu at the opening ceremony of a training class for Africans at the Shaolin Temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 

Shi Yongxin, the abbot of the Shaolin Temple, poses with students at the opening ceremony of a kung fu training class for Africans at the temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 

 

Shi Yongxin, abbot of the Shaolin Temple, delivers a talk at the opening ceremony of a kung fu training class for Africans at the temple in Dengfeng, Central China’s Henan Province, July 6, 2016. Twenty students from African nations including the Republic of Congo and Mauritius will take three months of training at the famed temple. (Photo provided by the Shaolin Temple)

 

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