Great Wall, China

Roughly an hour by bus from the center of Beijing stretches one of the largest man made structures on Earth. The Great Wall of China is a fitting symbol for a country that in many ways has not eroded despite the onslaught of millenia, and is a place that is definitely worth the visit.

The journey to the Wall is fairly straightforward, and there are a few well advertised packages that will take you and your group to certain Sections of the Wall. I would recommend visiting the Mutianyu Section of the Great Wall in winter (December-February), as it is a little quieter in the winter season.

Cinematography and Editing:

Craig Groenewald

Music:

Umin – Concentr – panuminium mix (featuring Matthew Shelton on Array Mbira)

https://soundcloud.com/bad-panda-records/badpanda198

Equipment:

GoPro Hero2

Adobe CC (Adobe Brisge CS6, Illustrator CS6, Premiere Pro CS6,  After Effects CS6)

Songdo Beach, South Korea

Songdo Beach (송도해변) is Busan’s ‘first’ public beach, and will celebrate it’s centennial anniversary in 2013.
The beach itself is close to the harbour, and although not as lively as Haeundae or Gwangali, it’s probably a lot closer to visitors arriving near Busan Station or staying around Nampo-dong.

From the Nampo-dong subway station, take bus 26 and you’ll see the beach after 10-15 minutes.
Cinemtography and Editing:
Craig Groenewald

Equipment:
Gopro Hero 2
Adobe CS6 (Premiere Pro)

Music: “Truth” by Dead Times
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