Malia Obama Visits The Great Wall Of China.

Posted: Mar 24 2014, 1:44pm CDT | by , Updated: Mar 24 2014, 1:46pm CDT, in Other Stuff


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Malia Obama visits the Great Wall of China this Sunday.
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Michelle Obama takes her daughters, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama to visit China’s world attraction.

The First Lady recently took her daughters with her to visit China. A picture of the two girls, Malia Obama and Sasha Obama posing next to the Great Wall of China went viral on twitter when the First Lady posted it.

The photograph included Malia Obama with her mother and sister hugging each other next to the exquisite background provided by China’s Great Wall. Michelle Obama described the experience as one that was both surreal and enjoyable, as having travelled to the great epochs of history.

Malia Obama along with her family went onto the wall by way of a cable car hoisted across a mountain. The part that they visited encompassed one that is most famous with tourists and draws more of their fascination. Malia Obama’s journey with her family was one into the history of a monument that has existed through decades and has lived through suffering and ruin. They explored the part of the city known as Mutianyu and remarked how beautiful it seemed. Michelle, Malia and Sasha Obama have also been spotted at The Forbidden City, another great marvel depicting China’s History.

The excursion, the first run through a U.S president's wife has autonomously gone by China, likewise has given Mrs Obama a chance to captivate with President Xi Jinping's wife, Peng Liyuan.

On Friday, Malia Obama and her family visited a school, where Mrs Obama attempted her hand at calligraphy and pingpong and chatted with scholars who had manufactured robots. She additionally met with Xi that nighttime. On Tuesday, she will visit a secondary school in the southwestern city of Chengdu. Scholars who met Mrs. Obama lauded her amiability. 'She was so receptive,' said Lu Yuhong, 16, who guided the first woman in composing the Chinese character "endless" in calligraphy at the Beijing school. Mu Rongduomijia, 16, said she voyaged Saturday from the northeastern city of Dalian to Beijing, wanting to hear Mrs. Obama's discourse. Rather, she held up outside for impressions of the first woman's escort. Mu noted that she was inspired with the conduct of Malia Obama and Sasha Obama. Mrs Obama, Malia, 15, and Sasha, 12, and her mother, Marian Robinson, who is additionally going with them, will visit the urban areas of Xi'an and Chengdu before coming back to Washington on Wednesday.

Source: E Online, Daily Mail

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