• 3:47

    China’s capital city of Shanghai exists upon the delta where the mighty Yangtze River flows out into the Yellow Sea. Begin exploring Shanghai by strolling down its main thoroughfare, Nanjing Dong Lu, where you will visit the Shanghai No.1 Dispensary, which can help you with whatever ails you, and the Shanghai No. 1 Food Store…

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  • 21:34

    Laura McKenzie explores the historic Bund and the booming Pudong Shores of Shanghai, before blasting across China’s exciting port city on a thrilling bullet train.

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  • 24:18

    With its skyscrapers, trendy shops, tangled traffic, and teeming bazaars, dynamic Shanghai is a blend of the modern and the traditional. Visit Shanghai’s main shopping areas, Nanjing Donglu and Yuyan Bazaar, as well as its many markets that offer everything from Mao memorabilia, to flowers and birds.

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  • 21:52

    Uncover China’s ancient history in this memorable episode with Laura McKenzie. Whether by rickshaw, sanpan, or cable car, Laura is taking you to the heights and depths of the Far East.

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  • 21:24

    Follow Laura McKenzie as she tours China, with visits to Hong Kong, the Terra Cotta Warriors in Xi’an, and rural China.

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  • 21:04

    Don’t miss this whirlwind tour of Hong Kong where Laura takes you from the waters of Victoria Harbour to Victoria Peak.

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  • 10:05

    China has invested heavily in what is quickly becoming the very modern city of Kashgar, though throughout the city one will catch glimpses of times past amidst the its markets and beautiful architecture.

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  • 3:25

    The Jiaohe ruins in Turpan are all that remain of what was once a very prosperous trading center in ancient China along the SIlk Road. Standing before the serene Gaochang Mountains, the Bezeklik Buddha Caves contain the striking remains of historic Buddhist murals and stone carvings.

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  • 5:04

    Marco Polo spent time exploring Zhangye observing its flourishing markets. Today, it is a city where both ancient and modern ways coexist. Urumqi, located at the foot of the Tianshan Mountains, is the largest city in western China, and Turpan is home to the Karez Underground Irrigation System, a system still in use today.

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