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Flight attendants surprise travelers with a synchronized dance at busy airport

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CHINA - In China, 66 flight attendants joined in on a synchronized dance at Shanghai's international airport.  The dance incorporated traditional elements of Chinese martial arts as well as modern hip-hop inspired moves.

Organizers say the performance was meant to give travelers a pleasant spectacle during the start of the Chinese Spring Festival travel rush.  An estimated 3.6 billion passenger trips are expected to be made across China during the 40-day period.

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