Snake game? Chinese students form impressive moving patterns in class-break exercises

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-21/Students-form-impressive-moving-snake-patterns-in-exercise-session-VB5hzzJ4xa/index.html An aerial video featuring students forming impressive patterns during class-break exercises went viral on Chinese social media platforms. Nearly 2,500 students from Haimen No. 1 Middle School, in east China’s Nantong city, Jiangsu Province, were jogging in the playground while mimicking the movements of a snake. Reports say the teachers carefully designed the set of exercises to improve students’ physical fitness and enhance class cohesion.

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