Badminton this could be your major, if you went to Tianjin Sports University. Today we watch a presentation on sports in China and America and some of the history and science behind it. Daniel D. Konold is the program coordinator for the Chinese American culture center for sports. He works with the University of Minnesota at Tianjin's Sports University. He showed us around the campus and had us view a number of Chinese physical Activities including: dragon boat racing, martial arts exhibition, traditional dancing, and badminton. After we got done watching the traditional dancers we had the chance to dance with them. Pretty much all of the guys were falling in love with their dance partners. Nobody quite talking about how beautiful their partner was. After that we went and played badminton, everybody in the whole gym was better than us, even the ladies. They wiped us up and down the court. They used the spikes, drop shots, and English perfectly. Badminton is officially a sport in by books.