• Nine Treasures Live At MIDI Festival Beijing 03.5.2014

    http://www.facebook.com/ninetreasuresofficial http://ninetreasuresband.bandcamp.com http://soundcloud.com/nineteasures

    published: 15 May 2014
  • Treasures Inside Beijing's Forbidden City

    A quick look at a few beautiful pieces of art in just one of the many galleries inside Beijing's Forbidden City. Related post on the Perceptive Travel Blog: http://perceptivetravel.com/blog/2010/04/08/treasures-inside-beijings-forbidden-city

    published: 09 Apr 2010
  • CHINA: BEIJING: STOLEN TREASURES/ANTIQUITIES

    Mandarin/Nat Foreign plunder and cultural neglect have contributed to the loss of countless national treasures from historical sites and sacred ruins across China. Now, powerful, rich groups of mainland entrepreneurs are joining forces and pooling their resources to try and retrieve those valuable artefacts which are surfacing on the international art market. If famous auction houses can't be persuaded to return the works of art stolen from China, wealthy groups are simply paying whatever it costs to bring home these priceless pieces of history. Tourists pose for pictures and clamber over the ruins at Beijing's Old Summer Palace. The ancient monument was built during the reign of the Manchu Emperor Qianlong. Jesuit missionary friends of the Emperor were commissioned in 1...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Western-Han Dynasty treasures prepared for exhibition in Beijing

    One of China's greatest archaeological finds has come to China's capital, Beijing, for a three-month exhibition starting from March 2nd. Dating back more than 2,000 years, the tomb of Haihunhou, in Jiangxi Province, has proven to be a treasure-trove of historical insight into China's western Han Dynasty. The exhibition items have been selected from over 20,000 pieces excavated over the past five years. Take a look. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.co...

    published: 02 Mar 2016
  • Treasure trove! 1,092 ancient tombs unearthed in east Beijing

    Archaeologists have unearthed 1,092 ancient tombs in the Chinese capital Beijing since late September. The discovery is made in Tongzhou district in east Beijing during construction work on the city's new administrative center. The oldest tomb dates as far back as some 2,400 years. About 10,000 relics have been found.

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

    Mandarin/Eng/Nat A treasure trove of antique time pieces belonging to the Imperial Court on display at Beijing's Forbidden City, has been drawing crowds of Chinese and foreign tourists eager to catch a glimpse of some of the world's finest ornate clocks. The exhibit also serves as an experiment being conducted by officials of the Palace Museum to test the movements and time-keeping accuracy of the delicate machines that havn't been touched for years. As home to a succession of Chinese emperors over the past 800 years, Beijing's Forbidden City stands as a reminder of the endurance and splendour of the Imperial Court. Since 1925, after the departure of China's last emperor, the palace grounds have been maintained as a tourist attraction and a repository for some of the nat...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Guy Dances Across China in 100 Days

    My name is Jake Gaba, and I spent about 3 and a half months (100 days) in China studying Mandarin on a Dartmouth College study abroad program, and this is my way of cataloging my journey. Enjoy! I knew I wanted to capture my experiences in a very special way, and I also knew that just taking photos of my travels wasn't enough. I had to dance. I danced and filmed all over, including: Beijing, Chengdu, Xi'An, Lhasa (Tibet), Yangshuo, Zhangjiajie, Shanghai, Feng Huang, and Hong Kong. In some locations I had 100+ people gathered around my camera taking pictures and videos on their phones. I want to say a big thanks to all of the Chinese people I danced with. You all were great sports. Also thank you to all my schoolmates who put up with me stopping every 30 minutes to shoot another segment....

    published: 07 Jan 2014
  • Fakes flood the Beijing antiques market

    (2 Apr 2012) Beijing - March 24, 2012 1. Wide exterior of "Beijing Antique City" 2. Close-up of entrance to "Beijing Antique City" 3. Various of customers looking at antiques on display 4. Close-up of vases and antiques on display 5. Close-up of coins and jewellery 6. Various of people browsing antiques stalls 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Kang Laiyou, Antiques expert: "Our antique market started in the 1980s until now, 2012, a history of more than 30 years. In that time, this market has changed a lot. In the past, you could buy many genuine antiques at Panjiayuan antiques market. In the 1980s, about 70% to 80% of the antiques at Panjiayuan were real. Today, the chances of buying something real has fallen by at least 70% ." 8. Tilt up of various antiques on display 9. Close-up of orn...

    published: 30 Jul 2015
  • the treasures of forbidden city - beijing

    published: 19 Feb 2011
  • Nine Treasures- Arvan Ald Guulin Honshoor (live at Beijing 2012.5.5)

    song taken from their album Arvan Ald Guulin Hunshoor (十丈铜嘴) which was released by Mort Productions in May 2012 images taken from their douban page: http://site.douban.com/ashan

    published: 22 Jul 2012
  • Treasures at Beijing's Palace Museum on display in the forbidden city

    Beijing's Palace Museum treasures usually withheld from view have gone on display in the forbidden city to mark the coming up museum's 90th anniversary.

    published: 09 Sep 2015
  • The Place Beijing - Giant LED Screen [Treasure Hunt]

    Finally got this one up. Made it in 2008. It's a giant LED Screen at the Place in Beijing, China. It shows an animation about a submarine diving for treasure.

    published: 18 Jul 2010
  • Good hit on Beijing Treasures

    Free spins on Beijing Treasures

    published: 03 May 2012
  • Beijing Treasure Hotel

    http://go.asianhotelsearch.com/Hotel/Beijing_Treasure_Hotel.htm Beijing Central Business District, Temple Of Heaven and National Museum of China are within driving distance of the Beijing Treasure Hotel. Dawangqiao and Forbidden City can be reached with a 20 minute drive. Beijing city centre is within a 10 minute drive away. Beijing Nanyuan Airport (NAY) is a 30 minute drive from the hotel. Beijing Antique Market, Beijing University of Technology and Workers Indoor Arena are a 10 minute drive from the hotel.

    published: 08 Oct 2012
  • [Excellent Low Light] FULL Shanghai Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Ride. Front Row

    [HD] FULL Amazing low light of the New Pirates of the Caribbean Ride at Shanghai Disneyland 2016. Front Ride POV of Pirates of the Caribbean Battle for the Sunken Treasure at Shanghai Disneyland. *Make sure to Check out our channel for more Shanghai Disneyland Low Light Videos. If you guys have the chance to visit Shanghai in the future, definitely visit Shanghai Disneyland, it truly amazing to experience it live. A day ticket to the park is extremely affordable ranging from $55 to $75 per person depending on the day you go. Off-season will be cheaper at $55. Video recorded on 6/17/2016 during Shanghai Disneyland Grand Opening Weekend Make sure to follow Us on Twitter/Instagram for our latest Adventures & Theme Parks News. Twitter: @SoCal360 or Instagram: Attractions360

    published: 19 Jun 2016
  • IAN FLIX - The Treasure of Beijing

    Based on the books by Alain Ruiz, Ian Flibus (Ian Flix for english version) Boomerang Editeur IAN FLIX, THE TREASURE OF BEIJING is the first adaptation in the best selling Ian Flibus book series by Alain Ruiz. True to the classic pirate genre, adventure comes from all directions and it comes quickly. Ian never stands still. How can he? Like the readers who love the book series, Ian has no talent for contemplation! He revels in action. The crew of the Sea Lily are seafaring Robin Hoods always ready to help those in need. If they decide to break rules in the process, its always for the right reasons and its always a matter of choice. http://www.sardineproductions.com http://www.boomerangjeunesse.com IAN FLIBUS, Le trésor de Beijing, est la première adaptation de la série de livres à succè...

    published: 20 Oct 2009
Nine Treasures Live At MIDI Festival Beijing 03.5.2014

Nine Treasures Live At MIDI Festival Beijing 03.5.2014

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http://www.facebook.com/ninetreasuresofficial http://ninetreasuresband.bandcamp.com http://soundcloud.com/nineteasures
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Treasures Inside Beijing's Forbidden City

Treasures Inside Beijing's Forbidden City

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A quick look at a few beautiful pieces of art in just one of the many galleries inside Beijing's Forbidden City. Related post on the Perceptive Travel Blog: http://perceptivetravel.com/blog/2010/04/08/treasures-inside-beijings-forbidden-city
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CHINA: BEIJING: STOLEN TREASURES/ANTIQUITIES

CHINA: BEIJING: STOLEN TREASURES/ANTIQUITIES

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Mandarin/Nat Foreign plunder and cultural neglect have contributed to the loss of countless national treasures from historical sites and sacred ruins across China. Now, powerful, rich groups of mainland entrepreneurs are joining forces and pooling their resources to try and retrieve those valuable artefacts which are surfacing on the international art market. If famous auction houses can't be persuaded to return the works of art stolen from China, wealthy groups are simply paying whatever it costs to bring home these priceless pieces of history. Tourists pose for pictures and clamber over the ruins at Beijing's Old Summer Palace. The ancient monument was built during the reign of the Manchu Emperor Qianlong. Jesuit missionary friends of the Emperor were commissioned in 1747 to design the Rococo palace, and work as architects for the structure's European-style palaces, surrounded by elaborate fountains and baroque statuary. Europeans became enemies a century later during the Second Opium War. British and French troops burnt the wooden Chinese pavilions and temples, leaving only marble facades, some broken columns and traces of fountains. Many ancient historical relics were looted at this time. Fountains, here rendered in stone and bronze with human forms and heads of animals from the Chinese zodiac- each spouting water for two hours in turn -were removed by enemy soldiers who made off with five of the animal busts. These ruins are all that's left of the palace itself. They attract thousands of visitors each year. So many tourists visit the monument, that efforts are being made to try and limit the number of people allowed to explore the ruins. China is proud of its cultural heritage, and many feel that historical treasures plundered by foreign armies during the Opium Wars should be returned. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "I believe the national treasures should be returned to China. They shouldn't be auctioned." SUPER: Vox Pop, tourist SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "Not only should we take them back, it's most important to stop them from being taken out of China again. This is important." SUPER: Vox Pop, tourist Three of those bronze heads - the monkey, ox and tiger - appeared for sale on the international art market last week in Hong Kong when Christie's and Sotheby's placed the items up for auction to the highest bidder. The sales caused widespread consternation among many Hong Kong and mainland Chinese. Scores of demonstrators gathered outside Sotheby's Hong Kong auction house as the relics were being auctioned off inside, and police were called to the scene as scuffles broke out. The protestors said the antiquities belonged to the Chinese people and had been looted by French and British troops in 1860. Stepping in to defend the mainland's position and rescue her stolen national treasures is the China Poly Group, an industrial conglomerate with interests in arms, property and telecommunications. Adding art to its list of interests, the China Poly Group with its strong connection to the People's Liberation Army, has embarked on a purchasing spree to buy back what China has lost to thieves. The group spent over four million U-S dollars in Hong Kong to purchase the three bronze heads which it intends to place in this special Beijing museum filled with looted Chinese bronzes. The Poly Group's mission is defined by a museum curator. SOUND BITE: (Mandarin) "If we only rely on government finances and government protection, it's not realistic. It need more private enterprises and people to join this movement to protect our antiquities. This should be the historical trend." SUPER CAPTION: Mr. Jiang, Assistant Museum Director SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f8d9d5efd62b599f664f98da0f61d658 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Western-Han Dynasty treasures prepared for exhibition in Beijing

Western-Han Dynasty treasures prepared for exhibition in Beijing

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One of China's greatest archaeological finds has come to China's capital, Beijing, for a three-month exhibition starting from March 2nd. Dating back more than 2,000 years, the tomb of Haihunhou, in Jiangxi Province, has proven to be a treasure-trove of historical insight into China's western Han Dynasty. The exhibition items have been selected from over 20,000 pieces excavated over the past five years. Take a look. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Treasure trove! 1,092 ancient tombs unearthed in east Beijing

Treasure trove! 1,092 ancient tombs unearthed in east Beijing

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Archaeologists have unearthed 1,092 ancient tombs in the Chinese capital Beijing since late September. The discovery is made in Tongzhou district in east Beijing during construction work on the city's new administrative center. The oldest tomb dates as far back as some 2,400 years. About 10,000 relics have been found.
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CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

CHINA: BEIJING: IMPERIAL COURT TIME PIECES EXHIBITION

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Mandarin/Eng/Nat A treasure trove of antique time pieces belonging to the Imperial Court on display at Beijing's Forbidden City, has been drawing crowds of Chinese and foreign tourists eager to catch a glimpse of some of the world's finest ornate clocks. The exhibit also serves as an experiment being conducted by officials of the Palace Museum to test the movements and time-keeping accuracy of the delicate machines that havn't been touched for years. As home to a succession of Chinese emperors over the past 800 years, Beijing's Forbidden City stands as a reminder of the endurance and splendour of the Imperial Court. Since 1925, after the departure of China's last emperor, the palace grounds have been maintained as a tourist attraction and a repository for some of the nation's priceless imperial treasures. Officials at the Clock Hall of the Palace Museum have recently dusted off some of the most precious and intricate old time pieces for public display. Tourists visiting the east wing of the Baohe Hall can view a collection of nine gold and gilt copper clocks which have been set to run in real time as a test of their accuracy and the strength of their moving parts. Chosen from a collection of about 1-thousand antique clocks preserved in the palace museum, the nine time pieces have performed well since officials reset the hands to reflect real time and cranked up the coiled motors. While all of the clocks are more than 100 years old, they still perform accurately. Organisers say the clockwork display is for the public to enjoy. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "We are letting the clocks run for a while to show everyone and let them know the functions and wonders of the clocks." SUPER CAPTION:Mr. Shan, Director of the Forbidden City Inner Court in charge of antiques Clocks in the Palace Museum include those produced in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) Imperial Clockmaking Workshop. Others were crafted in China's southern Guangzhou province and Jiangsu Province in the east. Some of the clocks were presented as gifts from European countries to the Chinese emperors. The Chinese clockmaking industry began in the 18th century and its technique was perfected in the 19th century. Mr Shan said they're taking care when winding up the clocks. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "But at the same time we are testing whether this operation will cause some damage to the clocks. So this is a period of expermentation." SUPER CAPTION:Mr. Shan, Director of the Forbidden City Inner Court in charge of antiques During the Qing Dynasty a great number of European metal handicrafts were imported, allowing Chinese craftsmen to combine the best of eastern artistry and western mechanical works. When put into motion these clocks create harmony of movement and sound with distinctive chimes and decorative figures, flowers and animals performing intricate movements. The Imperial Clockmaking Workshop in China was established in 1732 and employed over 100 craftsmen from both China and the west who were skilled in engineering, music and painting. Their products were designed to please and amuse the emperors. People at the clock display said a visit to the exhibition is time well spent. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "I like it very much. These are all treasures with historical heritage." SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop For the past 30 years these clocks have sat in silent storage to avoid damage. They are now up and running to determine how the ravages of time have affected their movement. Some visitors at the clock show said the good old fashioned way of telling the time is the best. SOUNDBITE: (English) SUPER CAPTION: Vox Pop You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d5367667337ae93709c196e3d32c5325 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Guy Dances Across China in 100 Days

Guy Dances Across China in 100 Days

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My name is Jake Gaba, and I spent about 3 and a half months (100 days) in China studying Mandarin on a Dartmouth College study abroad program, and this is my way of cataloging my journey. Enjoy! I knew I wanted to capture my experiences in a very special way, and I also knew that just taking photos of my travels wasn't enough. I had to dance. I danced and filmed all over, including: Beijing, Chengdu, Xi'An, Lhasa (Tibet), Yangshuo, Zhangjiajie, Shanghai, Feng Huang, and Hong Kong. In some locations I had 100+ people gathered around my camera taking pictures and videos on their phones. I want to say a big thanks to all of the Chinese people I danced with. You all were great sports. Also thank you to all my schoolmates who put up with me stopping every 30 minutes to shoot another segment. And one more big thank you to 代姗姗 for being an awesome camera crew person. Song: Treasure by Bruno Mars Insta: @jacobgaba If you love the shorts buy them here! http://goo.gl/0iPOhO Or Dartmouth Specific http://www.dartmouthcoop.com/HURLEY-Kingsroad-Mesh-Short/productinfo/7220/ Like us on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Aq8FRi Follow us on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XeL9Iu Check out the video on Youku (Chinese Youtube): http://goo.gl/HL8eku Find out more information about my trip on the Dartmouth website: http://goo.gl/N0sxvi
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Fakes flood the Beijing antiques market

Fakes flood the Beijing antiques market

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  • Updated: 30 Jul 2015
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(2 Apr 2012) Beijing - March 24, 2012 1. Wide exterior of "Beijing Antique City" 2. Close-up of entrance to "Beijing Antique City" 3. Various of customers looking at antiques on display 4. Close-up of vases and antiques on display 5. Close-up of coins and jewellery 6. Various of people browsing antiques stalls 7. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Kang Laiyou, Antiques expert: "Our antique market started in the 1980s until now, 2012, a history of more than 30 years. In that time, this market has changed a lot. In the past, you could buy many genuine antiques at Panjiayuan antiques market. In the 1980s, about 70% to 80% of the antiques at Panjiayuan were real. Today, the chances of buying something real has fallen by at least 70% ." 8. Tilt up of various antiques on display 9. Close-up of ornate vases on display 10. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Kang Laiyou, Antiques expert: "Nowadays, it's hard to find genuine antiques to buy, as well as to sell. The businesses of both buying and selling have become harder." 11. Close-up of tourists in the market 12. Mid of tourists haggling with stall owner 13. Close-up of tourist handing over money for purchased antiques 14. Various wide exteriors of shop selling carpets 15. Close-up of vases displayed on table 16. Close-up of antiques buyer Gao Yongguang and friend examining bowl at counter 17. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Gao Yongguang, retired: "I am far from a collector. I'm not like those people who buy expensive pieces. I just buy items I really like, priced in the tens or hundreds of thousands (of yuan). For example, I like porcelain, even the broken antique porcelain pieces of a high standard. That's what I go for, like the porcelain pieces made in government-run kilns from different dynasties. Other things that interest me include scholarly objects like ink stones and seals. Now and then, I can find some good stuff in the market." 18. Wide of row of indoor antique market shops 19. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Cao Xu, Beijing resident: "I don't have any particular purpose (for coming here). I just come here to learn more." 20. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Gao Zhanfeng, Unemployed: "The seller quotes me a price, but then I will bargain from there. Bargaining is normal in the market." 21. Mid of ancient robe displayed in cabinet 22. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Wang Jinhua, Antiques dealer: "There are many antiques markets like this in Beijing and in other cities, but especially in Beijing. Nowadays, just in terms of auction houses, Beijing has about 100. When you add in the antiques markets as well, the industry is quite large, at least in terms of the number of antiques on offer. But here is where the real antiques are." 23. Close-up of statue displayed outside shop 24. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Wang Jinhua, Antiques dealer: "If you want to buy really good stuff, it has to be in the market. But if you want to buy good stuff, you should know the field very well, you should be very knowledgeable about antiques, or be an expert. If you are an expert, you can find genuine things in this market, whether it's worth ten thousand, a hundred thousand, millions or even tens of millions. But that's only for experts. If you are not an expert, some sellers won't even let you look at their items. If you come across as an amateur, they will not show you the genuine stuff." 25. Tilt up of antique furniture display 26. Mid of ornate antique furniture LEADIN China's art and antiques market recently overtook the US to become the largest in the world. After the destruction of many antiques during the Mao era, China's increasingly wealthy residents are now hungry for a slice of the past and are driving prices up as a result. But for every treasure unearthed, there are likely to be several more fakes. STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/5552803ccb4e4fbe399c1e9560318b0e Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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the treasures of forbidden city - beijing

the treasures of forbidden city - beijing

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Nine Treasures- Arvan Ald Guulin Honshoor (live at Beijing 2012.5.5)

Nine Treasures- Arvan Ald Guulin Honshoor (live at Beijing 2012.5.5)

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song taken from their album Arvan Ald Guulin Hunshoor (十丈铜嘴) which was released by Mort Productions in May 2012 images taken from their douban page: http://site.douban.com/ashan
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Treasures at Beijing's Palace Museum on display in the forbidden city

Treasures at Beijing's Palace Museum on display in the forbidden city

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Beijing's Palace Museum treasures usually withheld from view have gone on display in the forbidden city to mark the coming up museum's 90th anniversary.
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The Place Beijing - Giant LED Screen [Treasure Hunt]

The Place Beijing - Giant LED Screen [Treasure Hunt]

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Finally got this one up. Made it in 2008. It's a giant LED Screen at the Place in Beijing, China. It shows an animation about a submarine diving for treasure.
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Good hit on Beijing Treasures

Good hit on Beijing Treasures

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Beijing Treasure Hotel

Beijing Treasure Hotel

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http://go.asianhotelsearch.com/Hotel/Beijing_Treasure_Hotel.htm Beijing Central Business District, Temple Of Heaven and National Museum of China are within driving distance of the Beijing Treasure Hotel. Dawangqiao and Forbidden City can be reached with a 20 minute drive. Beijing city centre is within a 10 minute drive away. Beijing Nanyuan Airport (NAY) is a 30 minute drive from the hotel. Beijing Antique Market, Beijing University of Technology and Workers Indoor Arena are a 10 minute drive from the hotel.
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[Excellent Low Light] FULL Shanghai Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Ride. Front Row

[Excellent Low Light] FULL Shanghai Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Ride. Front Row

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[HD] FULL Amazing low light of the New Pirates of the Caribbean Ride at Shanghai Disneyland 2016. Front Ride POV of Pirates of the Caribbean Battle for the Sunken Treasure at Shanghai Disneyland. *Make sure to Check out our channel for more Shanghai Disneyland Low Light Videos. If you guys have the chance to visit Shanghai in the future, definitely visit Shanghai Disneyland, it truly amazing to experience it live. A day ticket to the park is extremely affordable ranging from $55 to $75 per person depending on the day you go. Off-season will be cheaper at $55. Video recorded on 6/17/2016 during Shanghai Disneyland Grand Opening Weekend Make sure to follow Us on Twitter/Instagram for our latest Adventures & Theme Parks News. Twitter: @SoCal360 or Instagram: Attractions360
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IAN FLIX - The Treasure of Beijing

IAN FLIX - The Treasure of Beijing

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Based on the books by Alain Ruiz, Ian Flibus (Ian Flix for english version) Boomerang Editeur IAN FLIX, THE TREASURE OF BEIJING is the first adaptation in the best selling Ian Flibus book series by Alain Ruiz. True to the classic pirate genre, adventure comes from all directions and it comes quickly. Ian never stands still. How can he? Like the readers who love the book series, Ian has no talent for contemplation! He revels in action. The crew of the Sea Lily are seafaring Robin Hoods always ready to help those in need. If they decide to break rules in the process, its always for the right reasons and its always a matter of choice. http://www.sardineproductions.com http://www.boomerangjeunesse.com IAN FLIBUS, Le trésor de Beijing, est la première adaptation de la série de livres à succès dAlain Ruiz Ian Flibus. Tout comme ses lecteurs, fidèles au style dynamique et captivant de ces aventures de pirates, Ian Flibus ne peut rester là sans rien faire. Tel un Robin des Bois, il nhésite pas à affronter le danger avec son équipage pour aider ceux qui sont dans le besoin. Ce choix de vie devient alors sa destinée.
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