From oyster harvesting, mud-tile making to amber polishing, Harry goes on a road trip across China exploring how the country’s bridges link trade routes within the country and the world.
Harry goes across China exploring ancient bridge building tradition and the inspiration it gives to a new generation of bridge designers.
Harry traces China’s fascination for the cosmos and how the country aims to be a metaphorical bridge to the final frontier.
Harry goes on a road trip across China to revisit a time in recent history when bridges became stages of war and acts of human courage.
From joss stick making, from the highest bridge to a volunteer-built passage, Harry discovers the importance of bridges to remote communities in China.
From the highest glass bridge in Zhangjiajie canyon, Harry discovers how bridges not only close the gap on physical divides but are a destination in itself.
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