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Jian Heng Ding, left, Mu Lui, Bingqui Xu, Jun Shaw, Ming Kie QI Zhang and Fangyu Chen dance while singing Love China, a Chinese patriotic song at Vancouver Island Multicultural Week festivities Friday. The group of students in traditional dress said they represent just a few of the 56 minority groups across China. Friday’s events featured a fashion show of traditional dress worn by students from countries around the world attending VIU, static displays, dancing and live music. - Chris Bush photo
Jian Heng Ding, left, Mu Lui, Bingqui Xu, Jun Shaw, Ming Kie QI Zhang and Fangyu Chen dance while singing Love China, a Chinese patriotic song at Vancouver Island Multicultural Week festivities Friday. The group of students in traditional dress said they represent just a few of the 56 minority groups across China. Friday’s events featured a fashion show of traditional dress worn by students from countries around the world attending VIU, static displays, dancing and live music.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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