China spans the continuum of ancient and modern. It is a sweeping land of vast expanses punctuated by intimate realizations; an intricate society that glides seamlessly between bold public gestures and private moments of individual joy. In a word it is ‘fascinating.’ In a land of 1.3 billion people, Damon seeks out the distant villages and peoples that have withstood the pull of the modern age in order to learn their traditional myths and legends, and to see how modern China is a true blend of both ancient and futuristic ideals.
Circle the globe and come face to face with Earth’s most unique wildlife. Ranthambore National Park in India is where you will find the tawny Royal Bengal Tiger creeping through the grass as it explores its kingdom. A good portion of the way around the globe from India, Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands contain a variety ofWatch Now >>
In India, the search for life’s meaning takes many paths. The symbol of this intensely spiritual country is the Taj Mahal, considered by many to be “the most beautiful building in the world.” This exquisitely filmed documentary also explores the ghost city Fatehpur Sikri.Watch Now >>
Join Damon as he travels to Myanmar, commonly known as Burma, a devoutly Buddhist country that is entering the modern world after a thousand years of isolation. Witness stunning pagoda temples, humble monasteries, and chillingly accurate fortune tellers. You will experience everything from old-fashioned villages with ancient customs, to modern river cruises with the finestWatch Now >>
The Art Explorers go off the beaten path to explore South Korea, specifically the country’s largest city of Seoul. Regina and Pat visit the internationally renowned World Ceramics Center, the Korean Folk Village where they witness what life was like centuries ago, and have an overnight stay at a Buddhist Temple. They even climb thousandsWatch Now >>