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  • African orphans sing, show off kung fu moves at MIA

    Orphaned children from care centers in the Southern African regions of Malawi and Lesotho performed kung fu and sang at Miami International Airport on Friday, July 22, 2016. The kids were rescued by Amitofo Care Center (ACC), an international nongovernmental organization founded by Taiwanese Buddhist Monk, Venerable Master Huei-Li.

Orphaned children from care centers in the Southern African regions of Malawi and Lesotho performed kung fu and sang at Miami International Airport on Friday, July 22, 2016. The kids were rescued by Amitofo Care Center (ACC), an international nongovernmental organization founded by Taiwanese Buddhist Monk, Venerable Master Huei-Li. Shannon Kaestle skaestle@miamiherald.com
Orphaned children from care centers in the Southern African regions of Malawi and Lesotho performed kung fu and sang at Miami International Airport on Friday, July 22, 2016. The kids were rescued by Amitofo Care Center (ACC), an international nongovernmental organization founded by Taiwanese Buddhist Monk, Venerable Master Huei-Li. Shannon Kaestle skaestle@miamiherald.com

African orphans kick it up a notch at Miami International Airport

July 22, 2016 8:19 PM