Journal : People's Daily (English) Date : Author : NA Page No. : NA
URL : http://en.people.cn/n3/2017/0203/c90000-9173552-11.html
The photo shows a group of Afghan girls practicing Wushu, a traditional Chinese martial art. The girls can be seen stretching and bending and slashing through the air with shiny swords on a snowy mountaintop to the west of Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. Women’s sports are severely restricted in the country, which makes this Shaolin Wushu club for girls a rare exception.
The photo shows a group of Afghan girls practicing Wushu, a traditional Chinese martial art. The girls can be seen stretching and bending and slashing through the air with shiny swords on a snowy mountaintop to the west of Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. Women’s sports are severely restricted in the country, which makes this Shaolin Wushu club for girls a rare exception.
Sima Azimi, the 20-year-old leader of the club, says Wushu teaches self-defense, and it's equally effective for body and soul
Sima Azimi, the 20-year-old leader of the club, says Wushu teaches self-defense, and it’s equally effective for body and soul

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