Melania Trump visits panda exhibit, serenaded by school children at Beijing Zoo

While the president headed to Vietnam, the first lady remained in China.

Mrs. Trump visited a panda exhibit at the zoo, where she was serenaded in English and Chinese by a group of about 20 elementary school children. Waving American and Chinese flags, the youngsters sang in front of the panda exhibit, home to one of the attraction's most notable residents, Gu Gu, a male panda.

The first lady smiled and Gu Gu chowed down on bamboo shoots and leaves as the children sang.

The first lady is slated to visit the Great Wall later Friday before departing for Alaska, where she will do an event with U.S. troops, before returning to Washington.

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