Thousands of students put on a show of supreme choreography during a mass kung fu class to celebrate China's cultural history.
A total of 10,000 pupils from the Tagou martial arts school performed various moves in an extraordinary visual display in the country's Henan province.
The event took place to mark the national Cultural Heritage Day, which is held on the second Saturday of June.
The day, which was established by the government six years ago, is intended to promote the protection of the country's rich cultural resources.
China has 2,351 historic sites, while around 400,000 fixed relics have been registered on the mainland and another 20m movable relics in museums, according to the People's Daily Online.
As well as studying subjects such as maths, English and economics, students at the Tagou martial arts school can also take courses in wrestling kick-boxing and 'free fight'.