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Monday, 24 March 2014
BY FLORA LYIMO~ ONA THE TOP IN THE WORLD FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA ,MAMA YAKE NA WASICHANA WAKE IN CHINA'' YANI WASICHANA WAKE WAMEVAAJE VIMAVAAZI VIFUPI?MBUTA NANGA!!
Charming: Michelle Obama, her daughters Malia (far right) Kavaaje kavaazi kafupi ? Yani kwa kweli ni wakati wakufikiria vimavaazi vya kugusa goti lake na siyo vaazi lakuvuka hivi' and Sasha (far left) is afadhali kidogo'and her mother Marian Robinson (second left) Na Mama yao First Lady 'urefu wa mavaazi yao yapo powa kabisa' Hapa ni baada ya kusalimiana na Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife, Peng Liyuan, wakipata picha ya pamoja'ukumbusho muhim na bila picha haiwezi kunoga'' Anyway'' Michelle Obama and her daughters charmed China jana as they greeted President Xi Jinping on the first day of their week-long trip to the country.
The First Lady, who was also accompanied by her mother Marian Robinson, met the President and his wife Peng Liyuan at the Diaoyutai state guesthouse in Beijing.
The visit marks the first meeting between Mrs Obama and Ms Peng, whose husbands run the world's first and second largest economies respectively.
Visit: The First Lady, pictured with Ms Robinson (left) and Xi (right), visited Diaoyutai state guesthouse in Beijing''
Mikono Time: Hivi ndivyo Mume wangu alivyoniambia nikusalimie,yani nihakikishe nakushika mkono kwa mbali urefu wa mkono wangu''mbuta nanga!! She posed for photos alongside her Chinese counterpart, Mrs Peng - with whom she is building a budding relationship. Above, Mrs Obama shakes hands with Xi, while her daughters walk behind her''
Pleased: During the visit, the Chinese President said he 'cherished' his 'sound relationship' with Barack Obama
And it has been deemed a great success - with Chinese media celebrating a budding relationship between the pair.
Today, China News Service has described the First Lady as 'Mrs Diplomatic' - claiming she has transformed the official visit from a low-profile tour into a diplomatic success.
Meanwhile, Xinhua news agency has dubbed the trip 'an unprecendented and historical moment in the chapter of China-U.S. relations'.
Other news services, such as The Global Times, have published articles comparing the two First Ladies' fashion preferences, including their favourite designers.
Meeting: Mrs Obama expressed a positive attitude towards the U.S. and China's relationship - saying: 'We have had a wonderful first day here in China.' Above, the First Lady chats with the Chinese President and Ms Peng'
Official figures: Mrs Obama, her daughters Sasha and Malia, U.S. Ambassador to China Max Baucus (third from left) meet with President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan at the Diaoyutai state guesthouse in Beijing'
As well as visiting the state guesthouse, Mrs Obama strolled through the Forbidden City with the glamorous Ms Peng, an opera singer who has broken the mold of reticent, virtually invisible Chinese ladies.
Prior to the trip, White House aides said they hoped the presence of Mrs Obama's daughters, Sasha and Malia, and her mother would resonate with Chinese families who value multi-generational activities.
'China views Mrs. Obama's trip most positively,' said Shen Dingli, professor of international relations at Fudan University in Shanghai.
'If she is humble and respectful, she will win the support from the Chinese public for building good relationships with the United States under the leadership of her husband.'
Great for toning her triceps: Earlier in the day, Michelle Obama took on a Chinese high school pupil at ping pong'
Wacha mchezo uendeleee''The First Lady returns the ball as she plays at Beijing Normal School, which prepares students to study abroad ' BAADA YA MCHEZO ,SASA NI KUANDIKA KICHINA''MBUTA NANGA!
I'm nervous,' Mrs. Obama said - to which, Mrs Peng replied in English: 'Don't be nervous'.
Cultural exchange: Mrs Obama dips a calligraphy brush into ink as she takes a lesson in writing Mandarin'
The First Lady was assisted by Peng Liyuan, left, the wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping, and 16-year-old high school pupil Lu Yuhong, right, who showed her how to write the Chinese character meaning 'eternity'
Speaking after the class, Lu also said he had been nervous, as well as 'very excited' - adding: 'But the First Lady was so amicable. She was very approachable.'
Among six American exchange students who attended the calligraphy class was Audrey Fritz, 17, who had come from the exclusive Sidwell Friends School in Washington.
'It's been an amazing experience,' Fritz said of her time in China. 'I have learned to be much more independent.'
In another class, students showed Mrs Obama small robots they had built - moving the devices with remote controls over piles of yellow plastic bricks.
'All the students that she met with, the Chinese students, spoke English and were able to explain to her in very fluent English what they were doing,' said Tina Tchen, Mrs. Obama's chief of staff.
Power wives: The visit marks the first meeting between Mrs Obama and Ms Peng, whose husbands run the world's first and second largest economies respectively'
Ms Peng watches as Mrs Obama tries out a remote control mechanical robot made by Beijing Normal pupils'
'And I think she found that very impressive, because we know it's something that we struggle with in the United States, about having our kids be able to be fluent in a second language by the time they get to high school.'
Later in the morning, Mrs Peng went with Mrs. Obama to the former Imperial Palace in central Beijing, before attending a private dinner and a performance.
Tomorrow, the First Lady is due to speak at Peking University, where she is believed to be speaking on the importance of free exchange of ideas, before visiting the Great Wall on Sunday.
'I do think tomorrow she will talk about the value of the free exchange of ideas and the Internet, and how that, in her view, has made our country stronger; how even when you can be the object of criticism, as she and her husband have been, that that's not a system that she would change,' Tchen said.
Holiday snaps: Mrs Obama, her daughters and her mother, Marian Robinson, pose with Ms Peng outside at the Forbidden City, the former palace of the Chinese imperial families for more than 500 years, in Beijing'
Ms Peng shows Mrs Obama the sights of the vast palace complex, which consists of nearly a thousand buildings''