School field trip to China

In 2016, 100 students from low-income Lincoln high school, Tacoma, Washington State, embarked on a journey of a lifetime, following a personal invitation by president Xi JinPing.

Travel expands one's horizons, and creates the real understanding ...

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Bonus film - Chinese president Xi JinPing's trip to Lincoln high school in 2015 ...

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