U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama Visited China for 7 Days
Accepting the invitation of China’s first lady Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese President Xi, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama have visited China for 7 Days.
Mrs. Obama, who has visited China with her mother and two daughters, talked about how to promote education and cultural ties through soft diplomacy. In the short 7-day tour, she visited the Beijing, the China’s capital, and then visited the western historical city of Xian and the southern city of Chengdu.
On last Friday morning, she visited to a calligraphy class and a robotics class with Mrs. Peng. After that, she had a jaunt through the Forbidden City late on Friday morning. On Sunday, she went to hike the Great Wall and met Chinese education experts.
On March 24, Mrs. Obama flied to Xian and visited the Terracotta Warriors and Horses and Ancient City Wall. In the late afternoon, she left Xian for Chengdu, and stayed in Chengdu for last two days. She visited the Chengdu Giant Panda Research Base, which houses more than 50 pandas.
Mrs. Obama chosen this classic tour, covering the highlights of three hot cities in China: Great Wall and Forbidden City in Beijing, Terracotta Warriors and Ancient City Wall in Xian, and Giant Panda in Chengdu.