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Hong Kong : Star Of China - Documentary

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Hong Kong : Star Of China - Documentary

Laser beams shoot skywards, prolonging the angles of skyscrapers set in neon. Over the bay, the heavy sails of a junk reflect the flashing colours, while streaks of light glisten in the wake of the Star ferry. Fascinating. Throughout the documentary, Pierre Brouwers dazzles us with the power of his images and the passion with which he explores a city whose ambition is to serve as a benchmark for Asia.
City-planning and architecture. The cinema. Feng shui. Chinese medicine. Tai-chi.
Tea houses. The Star ferry. Horse races. Sound and light shows. The mid-Autumn
Festival. Dragon Parade. Hong Kong from the sky.
Kowloon: Avenue of Stars . Nathan Road . Night Market . Fish, bird, flower and jade
markets .
Hong Kong: The Peak . Double-decker trams . Victoria Park . City-planning and
architecture . Repulse Bay . Stanley Village . North Point . Admiralty . Aberdeen .
Soho . Hollywood Road and the antique dealers . Ocean Park .
Isle of Lantau: The airport . The Cable-Car . The Giant Buddha and Po Monastery .
The Shek Pik dam .
New Territories: temple of a 1000 Buddhas . Hakka Village. Agriculture and urbanization.

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Hong Kong: The Countdown, Part 1 - World History Documentary

A documentary covering the final year of the countdown period to the Hong-Kong hand-over. These films watch events unfold through the eyes of local people. They represent the different communities and the different social strata of Hong Kong – from street people to tycoons, from expatriates to the new Chinese administrators. In so doing we make this a personalised story instead of a political one. By getting to know these we understand the impact of the transition on a human scale. -

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Xi'an Documentary - Inside China

A light hearted documentary exploring the life and culture of the ancient Chinese capital of Xian.

In the film, we a learn about a variety of aspects of Xian culture, including KungFu in a high school, Chinese hamburgers, the muslim street, local opera and the beautiful mount Hua.

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Chongqing ep1: China's City of Opportunity Documentary (Full Episode)

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Hong Kong Street Food - 6 iconic Street Foods in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Street Food compilation of 6 Street Foods filmed in 7 parts of Hong Kong: Mongkok, Central, Tai O, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yao Ma Tei, Sham Shui Po and Wanchai - - Street Food dish, location and price:
No. 1 0:01 Beef entrails / Beef offal: Street food locations: Mongkok and Central - Price: 3.20 USD / The noodle soup version at 2:07 costs 4.10 USD
No. 2 3:23 Fish balls: Street food locations: Tai O and Tsim Sha Tsui - Price: the bowl 3.20 USD
No. 3 4:55 Rice noodle rolls: Street food location: Yao Ma Tei - Price: 1.50 USD
No. 4 6:35 Chopped chicken, duck, pork and pigeon: Street food locations: Sham Shui Po and Wanchai - Price: various prices - Rice with barbecue pork at 11:26 - Price: 2.70 USD
No. 5 12:08 Orange Cuttlefish: Street food location: Tai O - Price: 7 USD
No. 6 13:50 Mobile Softee: Street food location: Yao Ma Tei (also often seen at Star Ferry Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui and in Sham Shui Po) Price: 1.10 USD

All prices seen in the video are shown in Hong Kong Dollars - 1 USD = 8 HKD

Dimsum: A Touch of Heart (Documentary)

An observational documentary on a few immigrated Dim Sum chefs in London and their passion towards food making.

Tiny HONG KONG APARTMENT TOUR! + Sharing Our First Impressions ????????

We promised a tour of our tiny apartment here in Hong Kong, so here it is! We've stayed in plenty of small places, but this might be the most cramped space we've ever stayed ????After the tour, we head to a nearby park to share our first impressions of this crazy city!

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The Hidden Gems of Hong Kong | The Greatest Cities in the World: Hong Kong | TRACKS

The writer and actor heads to the Far East to experience a day in the life of Hong Kong, a complex city that is a mix of the ancient and modern, East and West, and where consumerism and spiritualism live side by side. Griff helps run a stall at a bird market, goes on a bus ride with a group of Chinese tourists, has a water fight with a troop of boy scouts and joins schoolchildren being taught a unique method of mental arithmetic

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China before the cultural revolution 1964 中国

An old documentary film gives glimpses of China just before Mao's cultural revolution upheaval. Zhou Enlai is seen attending a banquet. But in contrast street scenes are seen showing that daily life went on as usual. There was no sound track so I improvised one.

BBC 'Working Lives: Hong Kong', Part One of Two

BBC 'Working Lives: Hong Kong', first transmitted 26 February 2011
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My TV film HONG KONG in the 50s

My film of HK in the fifties was shown on Dutch television in 1963. Excerpts of it were used in numerous other programs. The original title was '3 Million souls of Hong Kong' - a figure that has more than doubled by now. Many citizens lived in poor dwellings along slopes then. Who has known the boy featured?
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OLDEST Dim Sum House vs. LUXURY Dim Sum in Hong Kong | How to Eat Dim Sum in Hong Kong Guide!

A trip to Hong Kong would not be complete without some dim sum, and this time, I tried out a couple different experiences. I went for old fashioned traditional dim sum at Lin Heung Tea House and then for fancy luxury dim sum at Yan Toh Heen.
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Yan Toh Heen, Lower Level, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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A Monkey God E1: Hong Kong

'Sun Wukong’ (孙悟空) or 'The Monkey King' is known in western pop culture from Monkey Magic, Goku in Dragon Ball Z, The Forbidden Kingdom and video games like Dota, League of legends, Smite and Paragon.

He even influenced characters like Chewbacca in Star wars and Rafiki in the Lion King.

I went to the Monkey King Festival in Sau Mau Ping, Hong Kong, China to find out more.
His reverence as a God, his title as 'Great Sage equivalent of Heaven' (齐天大圣), The links between Journey to the West (西遊記) and the Ramayana (रामायण) and the many faiths that revere him from Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism.

And finding an answer to the longest geek debate.. Is Sun Wukong the same as Hanuman in India's Ramayana?

I also managed to experience some of the top things to do in Hong Kong from Dragon Dance to Chinese Opera.

Produced by Saie S Surendra

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DOCUMENTARY: Tales From Modern China S03E03 'East Region'

Tales From Modern China is a documentary produced by an international team from JSBC China and Lion TV UK. It's now being on BBC World News at 0930 every Saturday and at 1800 on Jiangsu Satellite TV. This is the 3rd episode of all 6.

Its presenters are Finn Aberdein, Jason Lai, Cameron Andersen, and Jing Lusi. The series producer is Sarah Sarkhel.

Huangshan Mountain: Everything You Didn't Know | China Revealed | TRACKS

The legendary mountain where artists and emperors have gone to search for spiritual revelation.

CHINA REVEALED is an expedition into a still undiscovered land. Lost in the vastness of China are sublime landscapes and cultural sites that the Western world has never seen.

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In The Kitchen at Shang Palace at Kowloon Shangri-La in Hong Kong

Chef Mok Kit Keung works some magic in his kitchen at Shang Palace at the Kowloon Shangri-La hotel in Hong Kong. I had a chance to go into the kitchen and meet the chef after a truly epic dinner. Check my other videos to see the interview.

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Hong Kong: the life of a boy in 1980

A Tanka fisherboy relates his life in the metropolis of Hong Kong, or rather Aberdeen and Wong Chuk Hang as one viewer observed. See also my other hundred clips of old Hong Kong showing how life has changed continuously in the course of the years by searching YouTube with 'michael rogge hong kong'. The boy-actor is a grown-up now living in Aberdeen with his family.
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How the ultra wealthy travel in Hong Kong | First Class

Hong Kong is a billionaire’s playground and CNBC has a first class pass to all the luxury.
Emily Tan is your guide to all the hidden hot spots, including a hotel suite that costs $160,000 a night and an apartment that sold for $65 million.
We find out how the truly rich travel, stay and play. Join us as we take you to a restaurant which can charge up to $12,000 for a fourteen-course meal to an invite-only after-hours cocktail bar.

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Guilin, China - The Best Guilin Travel Vlog EVER

The first Monkey Abroad travel vlog takes place in Guilin. We took a trip here to film a documentary promoting travel in Guilin, and this video highlights our free time in between shots and some other nonsense! Come along and join us on this adventure. I hope you enjoy.


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We were in Guilin during the Clothes Drying Festival. This is the most significant festival of the year for the Yao People, an ethnic minority group that lives a self-sustaining lifestyle in the mountains here. We were fortunate enough to experience the daily life, customs, and traditions of these people during our stay.

My friend Adan joins us for his first appearance in a Monkey Abroad production. He is not only an amazing dancer and performer, but he made the music for this video (
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Hong Kong Street Food Tour!! BEST Roast Goose + Back Alleyway Street Food 2017!

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I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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