CHINA

-Untamed-

The amazing sights of China, from the the Great Wall near Beijing, the architectural wonders of Shanghai, the beauty and devastation of the Three-Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River, the mystery of the Terra-Cotta Warriors, Spires of karst rock in Guilin to the megalopolis that is Hong Kong. Don't forget the unusual items, like a dead snake in wine, the man who found the Terra-Cotta Warriors, and your guide for this travelogue. This journey is set to music and will entertain you, your friends and family. Watch this 40 second video clip(download to your computer with a right-click and select Save-As. Then, locate the clip on your computer and double click. This file is about 4MB in size)

 

On DVD and VHS

Starting in Beijing, witness the massive rebuilding of the entire city in preparation for the 2008 Olympics. You'll see the old hutongs via pedicabs. Visit Tiananmen Square on the eve of the 15 year anniversary of the 1989 uprising or harken back and experience the life of a concubine in the Forbidden City. Walk along the longest corridor in the world at the Summer Palace.

In Shanghai, walk along The Bund, the river front area. Sense the peace of spectators watching other revelers dancing, singing and playing native instruments near an ancient tea house and garden.

 

 

 

 

The Yangtze River, one of the most famous waterways in the world. Travel from the western plains through the absolutely massive Three-Gorges Dam and up through the beautiful and haunting Three-Gorges. Culture abounds here from gongs along the river to historic hanging coffins along a tributary.

 

 

 

 

 

Xian - the locale of the Terra-Cotta Warriors. Acres of clay warriors, some restored and others still in the state they were found in after being destroyed by marauders. A rare sight to behold even tops this - a glimpse into the life of the man who found the warriors - he cannot even afford to visit the museum as he received no financial reward so he now signs books in the museum shop.

 


See local artists work on their wares, such as cloisonne, and smile at the kids in school singing and laughing. Also, visit with bears and pandas in their home country.

 

 

 

After visiting the breathtaking landscape in Guilin, travel to world-class Hong Kong. From architecture designed by I. M. Pei to beaches to Kowloon's own medicine shop selling Snake Penis Capsules.

Video Details:
This video is broken into 2 parts - Part one shows the beauty and mystery of China. It is broken up into sections on Culture, the Cities, the People, Scenery, and the Yangtze River. The second part, available on the same tape/DVD, contains all the special bits of the Green and Yellow GCT gang... A 'behind the scenes' view of our fun times together including highlights of the talent night on the Yangtze cruise boat. Each section is about 15 minutes long - enough to be entertained but not so long you(or your friends) wish it was over already!

Ordering & Pricing Details:
The price for this fun video is $35 for either the DVD or VHS, your choice! Order a second copy(or more) for family and/or friends and the price per each is only $30.

Available on both VHS and DVD. Give em out as gifts, to your kids and grandkids as a memory of your trip and to educate them about the excitement of traveling the world.

Contact me with your order. Copy/paste these answers into an email to me to help speed along the process:

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DVD or VHS?

 

Mail a check or cash to(until the beginning of Dec 2004, I am moving then)

Don Poe

1100 Stein St

Lafayette, CO 80026

OR I can take a paypal payment to dpoe@peopleproductions.com. Paypal is a web payment site that allows you to pay me via a credit card.

The DVD that will be used for this are DVD-R's. This is a cool new recordable DVD technology that is playable on most DVD players and DVD-ROM drives in computers, but as it is a new technology, it doesn't play 100% everywhere. If you order the DVD, there is a small chance it won't work on your gear. Let me know at that point and we will work something out with a VHS tape. Or, go to the local stereo store with this China DVD and buy a new DVD player that plays the DVD, DVD players are cheap now! Also, you can check the compatibility list to see if your player is listed. Ask me if you have questions.

 

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