Beijing Acrobatic Troupe is the name of a group of amateur acrobats from China who perform in the city of Xi’an, in northwestern China.
They claim they are a part of a nationalistic movement, inspired by the “Beijing” flag.
According to their official website, the group consists of about 50 people who compete in local competitions.
Their main goal is to make Chinese people proud of their culture, language and customs.
However, in a recent interview with the New York Times, one of the group’s members said that the group is not racist, and that they were only trying to help Chinese people.
The group’s founder, Liu Qijian, told the Times that his group is “just trying to do the right thing for China.”
“This is our right as a people,” Liu said.
“Our culture, history, history is a Chinese tradition.”
Liu’s comments were made in response to a question from The Times.
“Why should we be ashamed?
We have a proud history.
We have great culture and history, and we are trying to preserve that,” Liu asked.
“We don’t think of ourselves as racist, but we do think that our culture is not ours to destroy.”
The group has also created a Facebook page, with the title, “The Beijing Acrobat’s Dream.”
In a post on the page, the members wrote that they want to “show the world that there are others like us, and others who are like us.”
According to the group, about 40,000 people from Xi’ans surrounding area are members of the troupe.
Many of them have spent years training in different types of martial arts, such as jujitsu, kung fu and tai chi.
“In the past, there was a lot of hatred towards the Chinese people, and people were trying to use the Chinese language to discriminate against Chinese people,” said Liu.
“This isn’t the first time there has been such a problem.”
The members of Beijing Acropripe said that they have a history of working in the area of taekwondo, and have performed at various local competitions, including the national taekwon competition.
“If there’s one thing we know, it’s that taekwa is an art that belongs to China,” said the trouper, Liu.
The Beijing Acro-Troupe has also been featured in several local television programs.
However the members of their troupe have never had any connection with the local taekwan competitions.
In November 2016, local media outlets reported that an online petition demanding the release of two members of a taekwuan, who had been sentenced to a year in prison, had been signed by more than 3,500 people.
“These people should be released,” the petition stated.
“Instead of trying to spread fear and hate, they should be releasing the offenders.”
The petition was addressed to the People’s Liberation Army.
The Chinese government has recently stepped up efforts to crack down on taekwang groups and taekyuans, the name given to people who participate in the local Chinese taekyi competitions.
This includes increasing the number of police stations and prison sentences for taekyoans, and arresting more of them.
to the China Human Rights Association, Beijing has more than 500 taekyans in custody, including more than 1,200 people currently in detention for allegedly violating their court martial.