Chinese troupe’s taiwan act goes viral after they perform at the White House

China’s TAIWAN ACROBIAN TROUPE is the star of a new viral video that has gone viral in China after it performed at the Trump White House.

The troupe from the capital, Taipei, made a brief appearance on Wednesday to perform at a White House ceremony and then posted a video on their social media accounts.

The video has been viewed more than 5.5 million times on the microblogging platform Weibo, according to a user who goes by the handle “LazyTaiwan” and who identified himself as a member of the troupe.

In the video, the troupuses three performers are seen on stage in a brightly lit area, with two white and one green background.

They are then seen in the background, holding hands, as the president takes his seat at a podium.

The crowd of people can be heard cheering the group as the trio perform a cover of “America the Beautiful” and “I Will Survive.”

After the trouper is shown in the middle of the audience, a camera then pans to show the group performing a cover version of the song.

After the performance, the audience is seen smiling as the dancers pose for selfies and pose for pictures.

The White House press secretary did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Trump’s office did not respond to requests for comment Thursday.