Cruise terminal bursts into song

Passengers, personalities and city residents join in the singing of "My Country and I" at one of Baoshan District's landmark buildings. 

A flash mob is staged in Baoshan District. 

Thousands of residents and tourists recently joined a flash mob at the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Shanghai’s Baoshan District to sing "My Country and I."

A child’s voice led the song played by pianist Song Siheng and violinist Huang Mengla. Tourists stepping down from a cruise ship joined them at the plaza.

National model worker Hu Shuangqian, traditional Chinese opera artists Gu Haohao and Shi Yihong, and world table tennis champion Cao Yanhua sang along with them while waving national flags. A huge national flag was unfolded when their voices brought the atmosphere to a climax.

The district’s landmark Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal is the fourth largest in the world and ranks first in the Asia-Pacific area. 

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Children lead the singing of "My Country and I."

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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Tourists getting off a cruise ship at the landmark Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal were among those joining in the singing.

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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Residents wave national flags as they join the flash mob.

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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The Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal in Baoshan District is the world's fourth largest. 

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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National flags fly as singers join in perfect harmony.

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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Smiles all round at the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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Everyone knows the words to "My Country and I."

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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Not only singing but dancing outside the Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal.

Cruise terminal bursts into song
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 A giant national flag is unfolded as the flash mob singing comes to a climax.

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