Forest China is a nature documentary . It is a major production that has taken China Central Television (CCTV) four years to complete. It covers most of China’s major forests. It is a remarkable result of meticulous research and planning. It showcases China’s latest efforts in protecting the nature and preserving the ecology in the country. It is in fact the only visual document of modern China’s flora and fauna.
Vast forests in the Northeast of China, Qinling Mountains, the Taklamakan Desert, the primitive forest of southeastern Tibet, Shennongjia Mountains in Hubei Province, the Hengduan Mountains, the tropical rain forest in Hainan and the mangroves of the South China Sea.
Red birches, diversiform-leaved poplars, Chinese silver firs, ginkgos and seed bearer trees. / Panda, the golden monkey, takin, nippoina, the Northeast China tiger and gibbon. People who live in the forests, their lifestyle and their culture.
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