Trump's grandchildren, Arabella and her brother Joseph were seen singing a Chinese folk song "Jasmine" and reciting verses from the "Three-Character Classics" as well as Tang dynasty poems to the two presidents in the video, while Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner and the others listened to the children's performance.
Peng is in Palm Beach with Xi for the Chinese president's first meeting with his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump.
Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping are holding their first meeting this week at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
During their meeting at the President's Mar-a-Lago retreat in Palm Beach, the leaders of the world's two biggest economies shook hands and flashed smiles.
This is not the first time Arabella has performed in Mandarin.
This is not Arabella's first performance singing in Mandarin.
In February, an Instagram video of the president's granddaughter performing a song she'd reportedly learned for Chinese New Year while holding a red Chinese dragon puppet garnered high praise from viewers in both China and the United States.
Before the dinner, Trump said he and Xi already had had a lengthy discussion and had even "developed a friendship".
The Times, which Ivanka's father has repeatedly called "failing" on Twitter, also indicates that young Chinese women look up to Ivanka as a leader and "an elegant symbol of power and ambition".
Recently Ivanka also posted a picture while celebrating her son Theodore Kushner's birthday in March by sharing Chinese "long life" noodles and captioned the photo saying "Birthday tradition!"