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About The Hidden Kingdoms of China
With unique access to locations across the country, viewers go on a journey through these magical realms, exploring five very different worlds -high mountains, tropical jungles, bamboo forests, great plains and temperate forests.
From its highest mountains and plateaus, to its thickest jungles and bamboo forests, "The Hidden Kingdoms of China" will reveal the wild side to China that few knew existed.
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