Michelle Visited Xian Terracotta Warriors and Jump-roped on the Ancient City Wall

29/03/2014
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On Mar. 24, 2014, Michelle Obama Spent short 5 hours in historical city – Xian, with her family, visiting the Terracotta Warriors and Jump-roping on the Ancient City Wall.

Michelle and Her Family at the Terracotta Warriors

Michelle and Her Family at the Terracotta Warriors

Last Sunday, Mrs. Obama walked along Mutianyu Great Wall in Beijing, China. She called on it “one of the great wonders on the planet” on the White House Website.

On Monday, She and her family took flight to Xian and visited the Terracotta Warriors and Horses outside Xian city. The Terracotta Warriors are the dusty orange figures, ranging from 6 feet to 6-feet-5inches tall. Then they visited the 600-year-old Xian Ancient City Wall which is an imposing rectangular structure and the oldest and most well-preserved defensive city wall in China.

Michelle and Her Family at the Terracotta Warriors

Michelle and Her Family at the Terracotta Warriors

On the Wall, a group of young women invited her to jump-rope, and she said yes. She skipped a green rope for several beats. Apart from the classic cycling on the Wall, jump-roping is the other popular activity, which also wins warm praise from customers.

Michelle are Jump-roping on the Xian Ancient City Wall

Michelle are Jump-roping on the Xian Ancient City Wall