Travel TV Documentary about Hong Kong
“Hong Kong – Star Of China”
We found a very interesting travel TV documentary, are you going on a trip to the country you can start preparing your self for the trip watching this interesting documentary – learn about the country, the sights and its citizens.
About the program: 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.