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Harbin, China Travel Guide
Anthony Bourdain and Alan Wong explore the back roads of Harbin, China.
Tony and Alan sit down for a mid-day snack of meatballs at Zhang Fei Pa Rou (Meatball and Pork Restaurant).
A close-up of a variety of fresh fish at the Harbin Market.
A bundled up Todd Liebler records Tony in downtown Harbin.
Zack Zamboni sets up the lighting in preparation for the next scene.
Tony, Alan and cowboy Jia JiHai discuss life in Harbin over a beer at USA Bucks Bar.
A frigid Tony works with Zack and Todd to get the perfect shot.
Jia and Jia's girlfriend Khuzina take Tony to a popular spot for ice fishing.
Tony visits with 2 members of the Sun Mountain Yabuli Ski Resort to find out what he's gotten himself into for the day.
Tony prepares to hit the slopes, but not without a few last pointers from the experts.
Manchurian pork porn.
Cold, cold, cold in Harbin.
Emmy-award-winning cinematographer Todd Liebler and I saddle up for a ski scene. Todd gets to ski backwards without poles.
Chicken feet on ice. Just what you want and need when you're frozen to the marrow and can't feel your fingers.
Group shot ... The Harbin Village People.
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