Rivers of Our Time
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S01 E01Jan 1, 2009
Cambodia The direction of the flow of Cambodia's Tonle Sap changes twice a year. A change celebrated by Cambodians at the Bon Om Tuk.
S01 E01Jan 1, 1970
Kaveri River, India The river Kaveri is among the most sacred rivers of India and revered as Dakshina Ganga or Ganges of the South. Rising from the hills at Talakaveri in Karnataka, it journeys down into Tamilnadu through a magnificent series of temple towns, famed for philosophy, art and music. The Kaveri river delta is a fertile and prosperous stretch of nearly 28000 square miles.
S01 E03Jan 1, 2009
Phillipines The Bicol River in Philippines is a bastion of transportation, passing through the alluvial and coastal plains of the vast Bicol valley.
S01 E04Jan 1, 1970
Lijiang River, China China's Li River, or Lijiang is one of the world's most mystical rivers and certainly amongst the most picturesque - a perennial source of inspiration for Chinese poets and painters alike. Karst Mountains rise up along its riverbanks, providing the landscape that attracts thousands of tourists annually. The ancient form of cormorant fishing is closely linked to the history of the river.
S01 E05Jan 1, 1970
Mekong River, Thailand The Mekong River is deeply revered in Southeast Asia. Here the people are pious Buddhists and many folklores surround the Mekong. Spanning over 4300km, it runs from the Tibetan Plateau, through China's Yunnan province, down to North East Thailand. She provides passage for people crossing between borders, and yields generous amounts of fish to fishermen.
S01 E06Jan 1, 1970
The Red River, Vietnam The Red River is an important river that flows by North Vietnam. Foreigners may have heard of Vietnam famous water puppet performances which originated from the Red River Delta. They are historical records of the lifestyle of the Red River people in the past. In contrast, today, the Red River banks are characterized by the birds of modernity - The Cranes.