Beijing Aunties Perform Dance to Mark Japan WWII Surrender

As Chinese leaders attended ceremonies for China's first national victory day for its war against Japan from 1937-45, a troupe of middle-aged dancers in Beijing performed their own rendition of Japan's historic surrender on Wednesday. Top Chinese leaders including President Xi Jinping led a memorial ceremony on Wednesday morning to commemorate the 69th anniversary of what China called a "Victory Day" in its war against Japanese invasion in World War Two.

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