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A tour of China

Assistant Superintendent Donna Hughes, Lansing High School principal Steve Dike, Lansing Community Foundation Fund members Chris Aus and Dick Cameron went on a 10-day tour of China with the ultimate goal of beginning a student exchange with a school in China.

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Members from the Lansing community joined with representives from other school districts and the state ...

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Students studying in a classroom at a school in Kaifeng, China. Students in China attend ...

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Chinese students do their work in a typical classroom. Chris Aus said the Chinese classrooms ...

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Chinese students work at desks in a classroom. During a typical school day, most students ...

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Chinese students outside of the school in Kaifeng, China. The Lansing school district hopes to ...

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In addition to visiting schools, the group also toured cultural attractions like the Terra Cotta ...

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Lansing State Farm Insurance agent Dick Cameron poses in a ceremonial costume at a tourist ...

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An example of Chinese architecture.

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The 10-day tour of China included a brief trip to the Great Wall of China. ...

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Chris Aus and Steve Dike posing with a statue on the Great Wall of China.

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A view from the Great Wall of China.

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The 10-day tour of China included a brief trip to the Great Wall of China. ...

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A busy street in China. Steve Dike said he was suprised there were not more ...

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A parade in China.

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Lansing Assistant Superintendent Donna Hughes receives a certificate. Members from the Lansing group exchanged memorablilia ...

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Oysters were a part of the interesting cuisine that the Chinese served to the visitors ...

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Chinese factory workers spin silk from silkworms.

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Half of the world's cranes are in China to help to construct skyscrapers across the ...

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