How to win the Chinese acrobats’ show: ‘You just have to do your best’

A group of Chinese acrobat performers, known as the Heilongjahs, have been touring the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany, hoping to bring the sport to the masses.

They’ve been invited to perform in the United Nations and are also preparing to attend the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in August.

The Heilongs are an elite group of dancers, known for their agility, grace and technique.

The show is being hosted by the Acrobats of China.

They were born in Guangdong province and were recruited to perform acrobatics and choreography for the nation’s Communist Party.

The group is made up of a group of young dancers who are from the city of Shandong.

Their group has been touring in the U.S., Britain, Germany and France, but the tour will include stops in Japan and Taiwan.

A spokesman for the Heiltongjah said he was very happy to be coming to the United State.

He said he will work hard to raise the public’s awareness of the acrobat act and encourage the other nations to follow suit.

“I think it’s a very important step in our evolution,” said Heilonga Jang.

The acrobatics troupe has been performing in China since 2007.

They have been working on a Chinese version of the British ballet “The Dance of the Dragons” for years.

“We are a group that has an amazing background and are able to create new styles, so we’re very excited to be able to play in the States,” said Jang, who is from Guangdongs capital, Guangzhou.

The troupe will be in New York on Sunday.