Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

Michelle Obama’s China itinerary
(03-18 09:49)

Highlights of US first lady Michelle Obama's trip to China with her daughters and mother:

THURSDAY: Arrives in Beijing.

FRIDAY: Joins first lady Peng Liyuan at Beijing Normal School; visits Forbidden City; meets with Peng and joins her for dinner and performance.

SATURDAY: Addresses students at Stanford Center at Peking University; participates in virtual discussion with American youth; visits Summer Palace; meets with staff and families of U.S. Embassy.

SUNDAY: Hosts roundtable on education; visits Great Wall.

MONDAY, March 24: Arrives Xi'an, visits Terra Cotta Warriors Museum, Xi'an City Wall.

TUESDAY, March 25: Visits Chengdu No. 7 High School; meets with staff and families of U.S. Consulate.

WEDNESDAY, March 25: Visits Chengdu Panda Base; has lunch at a Tibetan restaurant.—AP

   
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