A game of soccer is underway beneath a hazy afternoon sun.
At first glance, it looks like any other you might encounter in Brazil, a nation celebrated for its unwavering addiction to this sport.
A group of teenage boys in brightly colored shirts battles for the ball, urged on by a coach who is barking instructions with the ferocity of a drill sergeant.
Look again, though, and you soon spot a difference: Not one of these young and skillful players is Brazilian. They are all Chinese.