Some of the Lincoln High School students visiting China responded to Saturday’s unhealthy air index by wearing face masks. They are, from left, Kyle Chom, Shauntel Berry and Kabastin Campbell. Waiting with the students to cross the street near The Forbidden City is the school’s principal, Patrick Erwin, at left.
Some of the Lincoln High School students visiting China responded to Saturday’s unhealthy air index by wearing face masks. They are, from left, Kyle Chom, Shauntel Berry and Kabastin Campbell. Waiting with the students to cross the street near The Forbidden City is the school’s principal, Patrick Erwin, at left. Jonathan Nesvig jonathan@nesvig.com
Some of the Lincoln High School students visiting China responded to Saturday’s unhealthy air index by wearing face masks. They are, from left, Kyle Chom, Shauntel Berry and Kabastin Campbell. Waiting with the students to cross the street near The Forbidden City is the school’s principal, Patrick Erwin, at left. Jonathan Nesvig jonathan@nesvig.com

Students find something in the air in China

October 15, 2016 5:23 PM

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