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Why is Everything Made in China?


The Chinese Money Trap

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After traveling the world for 3 years, I think I saw more Chinese construction people than local ones in many countries. Here is why.

Why China Loves KFC

KFC is extremely popular in China — it made almost 5 billion dollars in 2017. One of the first American fast-food chains to open in China, KFC quickly established dominance over China's emerging fast food market. KFC's Chinese menu does an excellent job of adapting to local tastes, offering everything from congee (rice porridge) to egg tarts. While Americans may associate KFC with being cheap fast-food, in China the brand is perceived as high quality.


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Great Wall Of China: Everything You Didn't Know | China Revealed | TRACKS

A historical journey through the largest man made structure in the world.

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Flying the Made in China Jet - ARJ21-700!

A special flight on the Chinese made ARJ21-700 on Chengdu Airlines from Chengdu to Linfen and back. Check out the interior of the Chinese made ARJ21. Watch the takeoff and landing performance of ARJ21. Enjoy commentary from the crew and myself about the ARJ21.

Join me for an incredible sight-seeing trip to Hukou waterfall in China, which flows quickly and forcefully into the Yellow river. I take an internal flight within China from Chengdu Shuangliu international airport, which is the major international airport that serves Chengdu, the capital of the Chinese province Sichuan, to Linfen Qiaoli airport in Shanxi aboard the first ever aeroplane made in China, the ARJ21.

I use Chengdu airlines but there are another two airlines which make use of the ARJ21 aeroplane – Urumqi Air and the Mongolian Genghis Khan airlines.

The placing of the engine right at the rear of the aeroplane makes our seat at the back very noisy and one of the major disadvantages of flying on the ARJ21 is the general noisiness and din overall; even sitting at the front, it’s hard to ignore the sound of the heavily labouring engine! It’s also frustrating that the ARJ21-700 has to fly so low as this makes the aeroplane vulnerable to the weather. As I hear in my interview with the captain, the ARJ21 is not able to fly in heavy rain!

This aeroplane is not certified by either the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) or the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), however, the larger, more able C919 jet is beginning to gain popularity in China, as the captain tells me, and this can only be a good thing, since the C919 is able to carry many more passengers (the ARJ21 is limited to only 90 passengers, which is a problem in a country with more than a billion people in it!) and also more cargo.

The ARJ21 jet was commissioned by the Chinese government in 2002 and the first aeroplane entered service in 2015 with Chengdu airlines. It is a twin engine, regional get which is made by the Chinese company Comac. ARJ itself stands for: Advanced Regional Jet.

After being given the emergency information (I am seated with extra leg room in a seat by the emergency door, but the price I have to pay is that I get extra safety tuition and am in charge of opening the emergency door for other passengers – I’d best pay attention!), I’m up in the air. The food could be better – I initially go for the congee but it’s so bland that I switch to the chicken noodles. There is an unexpected bonus though – a free breakfast with yummy red bean paste bread, a Chinese delicacy.

The sight of Hukou waterfall itself is astonishing – keep watching to the end to see it in all its glory. I feel that I had a very enjoyable day out and, as a further bonus, I was able to enjoy a number of the hi-tech comforts at Linfen airport before taking my flight home, including automatic massage seats and even a karaoke booth!

Who knew that China could be so scenic? Let me know what you thought of the whole trip on the ARJ21 aeroplane in the comments section down below and, as always, thanks for watching!

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Want to Eat Dog Meat? - Selling Dog Meat at Yulin City in China!!

Hey everyone, Welcome to the My Movie Travel YouTube channel. Throughout this video, you will know about the Yulin city in China and the dog meat culture. Yulin city is very particular and famous for 2 things. Nu Nan Fen noodles and DOG meat. You can try to eat dog meat in Yulin city if you wish, but we did not support this and wont support in the future. This was the first time facing the reality of what is going on in China - Yulin. But if you have 2 minutes I recommend you watch our 2 years TRAVEL MOVIE Trailer after travelling around China over 50.000km
This is part of The end of a Dream Movie - which it was premiered in Shanghai cinema in December 2019. Also the Vlog it is part of this incredible trip all over China during 2 years showing the good and the bad we faced on the roads of China. We are not pro or against local cultures we just want to inspire the human beings with a new way to travel, this was 1 of the objectives of this trip and I hope you can understand more by watching 2-3 more videos on our channel. Thank you
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We had the curiosity to check it out and get deeper into this culture to try to understand how and why people consume such products. So here we are in Yulin city on our way to the west of  China and we finally discovered and filmed for the first time the DOG MEAT. Enjoy it if you can, attention sensitive content.

There are quite a few things to consider as you plan a trip abroad, but with China – as with any country – there are specific tips and tricks that can help you along the way. I’m going to share with you what I’ve learned from traveling all across China. I hope this can help you feel more prepared and less nervous!

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How Noodles Are Eaten Around The World

Noodles are a staple in countries all over. They're made in a variety of different ways, whether it's hot or cold, sweet or spicy. From classic spaghetti and meatballs in the United States to dessert kheer noodles in India, here are 16 noodle dishes from around the world.


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Why Pink Himalayan Salt Is So Expensive | So Expensive

Pink Himalayan salt is used in speciality foods, spa treatments, and even home design. 100 grams of it can cost $5 to $8, up to 20 times more than generic table salt. So, why is it so expensive?

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The Ointment That Cures Almost Everything (AKA Tiger Balm)

This is the story of Tiger Balm: the sweet, minty ointment signature to 99% of Chinese grandmas.

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McDonald's Chicken in China | Inside China

McDonald's Chickens in China takes a look at chicken production for McDonald's restaurants in China. CNBC investigates.

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How Mooncakes Are Made

ANKO Food Tech's mooncake machine can produce up to 4,000 mooncakes per hour. This is a traditional treat eaten during the Mid-Autumn Festival in China. It's a holiday for families and friends to gather and give thanks for harvest and pray for good fortune.

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Why is Everything Made in China?

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Why is everything made in China?

It wasn't my plan to manufacture in China. Whilst designing the RiutBag in 2014, it became clear that I would have to. Not for the reasons you might think. Every industry and product has different requirements, but if you're making complex, durable, nylon backpacks, China is *the* place to do it.

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Why is Everything Made in China ? Why not some where else ? Nitesh Khandelwal vs Nas Daily

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How Everything STARTED in CHINA! Chinese Night MARKET

Hey, I am Fatih I make travel videos and videos about Turkey. I was in China last year for a trip and I made a vlog in pretty famous place called Wangfujing
Wangfujing is a popular touristic place and there is night market over there.
I was there last year and I kinda understand how everything has started!

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