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  • Above the rainforest

    2013-02-05 09:53

    Taking in the pristine Borneo Tropical Rainforest Resort is unfortunately very much an endangered experience. The promise of quick profits from cutting it down and selling the wood has outweighed the international calls for preservation. That is in most areas except the small state of Brunei. D J Clark went to investigate.

  • The tree-climbing club

    2013-01-08 15:07

    Jess and Anne head to Xiamen to join in with one of the university's more obscure courses.

  • Around the world in 316 days

    2012-12-25 15:37

    We talk to Xiamen sailor, Liu Zuyang, about his recent voyage around the world.

  • More Chinese design trips by smartphone apps

    2013-10-04 13:51

    Instead of making phone calls and searching on PCs, more people are designing their perfect trips by clicking their phones this Golden Week Holiday.

  • Lanzhou Beef Noodles

    2012-12-25 15:25

    Lanzhou beef noodles have a history going back 100 years, originating from the food eaten by soldiers stationed in the city.

  • Reaching the poles

    2012-12-13 09:15

    Freelance photographer and writer Cecilia Chen has visited both the north and south poles and was surprised at the growing number of Chinese tourists she found there. In this video, Cecilia talks about her visits to the poles.

  • The bike repair shop

    2012-11-29 10:18

    The Bike Repair Shop

  • Off The Beaten Track: The Tailor

    2012-11-21 16:41

    People in Beijing love fashion. Above all else, they like crazy designs especially created for them.

  • Exploring Malaysia's Terengganu

    2012-10-16 11:23

    Kuala Terengganu, capital of Terengganu state on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, is known best as a gateway to the state's beautiful beaches and magnificent islands. But for tourists who seek a more in-depth experience in north eastern Malaysian culture, the city itself has much to offer.

  • Surrounded by Indonesian volcanoes

    2012-10-15 10:43

    For conference goers and tourists alike, Yogykarta, or Jogja as it is known locally, misses out on the finesse of Bali or the hustle and bustle of Jakarta. But the land offers a more genuine central Indonesian experience. With volcanoes and two 9th century world heritage site temples, it's well worth spending a few days exploring.

  • Beijing 1: Beijing Opera

    2012-09-12 17:23

    This time, CRI's chief-explorers Anne Gonschorek and Jessica Dowse explore China's capital city from a different perspective... at night!

  • Beijing 2: The Beijing DJ

    2012-09-12 17:21

    This time, CRI's chief-explorers Anne Gonschorek and Jessica Dowse explore China's capital city from a different perspective ...at night!

  • Group a building block for Africa

    An unusually heavy downpour hit Durban for two days before the BRICS summit's debut on African soil, but interest for a better platform for emerging markets were still sparked at the summit.