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May 10
27

Seeing Black and White

Although we’ve been moving all around China at a fast pace and seeing all that it has to offer, I was really excited to finally see a real panda.  Sure, I had a “panda” at one of my earlier Pit Stops, but it was great to see one of these lovable animals at play.  When our host team arrived, it was still early morning so most of them were sleeping.  However, we did manage to find one of them that was already up for breakfast…

After she finished her daily dose of bamboo shots, “Amanda the Panda” quickly gave a shout out to us…

Afterward, we had to quickly leave Amanda so we zip over to another pit stop in a mountainous region of China.  And where was it?  I would like to tell you, but I should probably zip it up so I don’t spoil the actual location for you all!

Of course, not everyone is excited about waiting around for the teams to arrive.  Here’s our A.D. (Assistant Director) and sound technician “standing in” as we frame up our shots for the teams on the way…

And once all the teams checked in, it was time for us to rush off to the next destination so we can prepare final tests for the upcoming leg of The Amazing Race China Rush!

This is the first time China has ever produced a U.S.-based production with the actual format so I’m really excited to see how it all goes once it’s aired on August.  Until then, I’ll just keep on racing through these amazing locations!раскрутка

Reader Comments

The panda in the 1st picture seems to be in an awkward position..hehehe

#1 
Written By lj on May 27th, 2010 @ 6:42 pm

Amazing, those Pandas look so cute. That has to be one of the most amazing locations in Amazing race history.

#2 
Written By Matthew on May 30th, 2010 @ 9:56 pm

The AD and the technician should have ” big patience” to waiting for the teams :)Your patience was examined by the times to be spent to standing on the carpet hehe..

#3 
Written By Levi on June 2nd, 2010 @ 3:01 pm