The awesome ZhongShan 中山 University graduation flash-mob

2016 年中山大学毕业季快闪

Sun Yat-Sen University, also known as ZhongShan University, is a public university in GuangDong, south east China. It was founded in 1924 by Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, a revolutionary and the founding father of the Republic of China.

Don't miss this; the song at 6:00 will melt any frozen heart ...

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We all get older, but never lose your childhood wonder and love for life ...

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