BBC Earth Productions has captured some amazing high-speed footage on Shaolin Kung Fu. According to legend, Chinese Kungfu martial arts originated from the Shaolin Monastery. It has produced countless Kungfu masters and patriotic heroes, and generated many mysteries. Today, the Shaolin Monastery and Martial Arts are synonymous in China and around the world, and humble students from all over the globe make their way to the Shaolin Temple to learn the legendary skills of martial arts from the real masters. The Shaolin Warriors traveling shows is much more than a Kungfu demonstration. It presents the magnificent and rarely-seen temple life of the Shaolin monks: their Buddhist meditation and martial arts training. The act of Shaolin Kung Fu can be lightning fast, thanks to the advance high-speed camrea which now let us to view the action in super slow motion.
This is kind of weird, it’s almost like going back to 1990s where radio is one of the most important media broadcasts. We doubt there is anyone listening to the BBC English radio in China. The BBC has said their shortwave broadcasts in English of World Service radio are being jammed here. The British news corporation said it was not possible to determine exactly where the blocking was coming from and the company condemns the action which disrupt audiences’ free access to news and information. The BBC has experienced several instances of satellite services being jammed in recent years, but shortwave jamming is less frequent. Of course, China authorities has brushed off the accusations of the jamming …
The programme has been aired on BBC for about 10 years already, and the host of the programme — Jeremy Clarkson and
Richard Hammond James May decided to take a visit to China. They have briefly introduced the fast growth of China’s automotive industry in the last five years and take rides on a few Chinese car brands [knockoff cars].
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