Riding Rails In China
This show is a follow up to the 2004 documentary, Riding Rails in China, where two Americans rode the Chinese rails to southern China. It takes two new American travelers to three major cities in northeast China: Shenyang, Changchun, and Harbin. They get a chance to ride China's high-speed, medium-speed, and normal speed trains. Chris and Sarah's perception of China expand as they experience the country, firsthand.
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