|Chinese kids put up enthralling show|
|Thursday, 13 September 2012 00:00|
Chinese dances, bowl juggling on bicycles, gymnastics and also some bit of magic.
The most impressive performances were from the umbrella juggler and the carpet spinner who defied the laws of gravity, as they skilfully held on to umbrellas while in mid-air.
Some of the acts included spinning different items around with different body parts and at times doing moves that seemed impossible.
Glen view 8 Primary School did not disappoint either as they gave the Zimbabwean tradition a fair representation during the show.
Students from the Zimbabwe College of Music also left their mark at the concert when they fluently sang a Chinese song while dressed in Chinese dresses.
“Zimbabwe and China have a rich history dating back to the liberation struggle. Since then, the two countries have been working closely together in a number of areas, something, which we can use to strengthen relations between the two countries,” he said.
Zanu-PF spokesperson Rugare Gumbo, Deputy Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture Lazarus Dokora and Zanu-PF Secretary for Youth Affairs, Absolom Sikhosana also graced the occasion.