BBC does a wonderful job to introduce all those near extinct wild animals and less traveled places in China. Compare to BBC's India: Nature's Wonderland 2016 (109 min), it has much more material (353 min.) but understandably lower video quality with pre-2008 technology. While good enough but wish an upgrade in digital transfer.

Perhaps you have seen all of China from other documentaries but rare to see them all in a single series. Furthermore, if you take a tourist sight seeing Silk Road trip, along the way is the 5 Colored Mountain, you would be led to some tourist sites to ride a stinky camel, touch the breast of a Iron Fan Princess statue (get lucky in love life) and pose with her husband the Bull King. Compare that to the spectacular scenic sequence, about a dozen minutes before the end of Episode 4... sad.

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