Gen_NBD Doc.U.Mentary

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    One was pondering

    This 

    N`

    That,

    ~

    Things Thin

    N`

    Things Fat

    ~

    Things Small

    N`

    Things Tall

    ~

    Things Fast

    N`

    Things Slow

    now that does not

    Rhyme at all..

    ~

    So in ones pondering way

    A LIGHT BULB LIT,

    and thought,

    Did Hit

    ~

    "There's so much grit

    N`

    Grime About,

    That will not fit anywhere,

    Without a Doubt".


    Thus why not bundle em

    Into One.,?

    So

    Gen_NBD_Doc.U.Mentary

    Has Begun.

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    The Duong valley road is the only means of access between China, Burma and Tibet.

    A road that is paved over the first thirty kilometres, but which quickly turns into an extremely perilous track.


    It’s considered the most dangerous road in China. Landslides,

    difficult passages where it’s impossible for vehicles to pass, mud, tunnels that are too narrow,

    there’s no respite for drivers. The road demands the highest concentration.


    The cliffs are vertiginous.

    The least turn of the wheel can be fatal.

    And when the threat isn’t coming from below, it may come from the rock walls.


    On this track, you cannot commit any errors.

    We take the road aboard an overloaded collective taxi.


    At the wheel is Tcheng.

    He’s been driving this road once a week for six years.

    In the taxi, we find Fong who has to get back to his remote village in the mountains.


    Together, they will take more than seven hours to cover less than a hundred kilometres.


    Troubles begin right from the start of the journey.

    The tunnel is too narrow.

    The passengers have to get out of the vehicle to widen the walls at the risk of bringing it all down.


    During this adventure we meet woodcutters, children who sell coal,

    Tibetan monks and Chinese adventurers seeking their fortunes

    This road may be the one that leads to El Dorado,

    The El Dorado of the lead and tin mines.

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