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01-04-2011 16:54 BJT

[Story Board]

Jan. 5: Experiencing Xisha 1

Jan. 6: Experiencing Xisha 2

Jan. 7: Experiencing Xisha 3

[Journeys in Time]

Jan. 5: Folkways of Indochina5: Cambodia’s Land and People

Jan. 6: Folkways of Indochina6: The Kingdom of Lan Xang

Jan. 7: Folkways of Indochina7: The Mystery of the Stone Jars

[Nature and Science]

Jan. 5: Why There Are so Many Watchtowers in Kaiping; Hybrids of Lions and Tigers

Jan. 6: Bamboo Carving

Jan. 7: Braving the Firestorm; Devoted to Dogs

Jan. 8: Leaning Tower of Fujian; Medical Miracle

Jan. 9: Lost Caves of Hebei; Saving a Rare Leopard

Jan. 10: Protector of lacquer-ware; The village that never floods

[Rediscovering China]

Jan. 6: Home in Yushu

Jan. 7: Architecture of Styles in Tianjin

Jan. 8: Toy-manufacturing in China

[Travelogue]

Jan. 5: Qingdao 3, Shandong Province

Jan. 10: Tea & Horse Trail 1

Jan. 11: Tea & Horse Trail 2

Jan. 12: Tea & Horse Trail 3

[Learning Chinese]

Jan. 6: Lesson 26 Asking for directions

Jan. 10: Lesson 27 Houhai

Jan. 13: Lesson 28 Boat-rowing

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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