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Lost in China with the Hutchens Brothers: ‘Three Gorges Dam’ (Video)

The Hutchens brothers grew up in China, now years later they head back with a camera crew to explore! They discover some fascinating details about the massive Three Gorges Dam, and the people who are watching the water levels rise up and swallow their lives whole.
This episode of the documentary series is one of a few others we have posted previously, check out those episode recaps under Silk Road, Going Local, or Ice City.

Yangze River boating
The Hutchens bros out boating on the Yangze River, beneath the 3 Gorges Dam. (Screenshot/Youtube)

Lost in China, playing pool by the dam
They play some pool in the craziest place, outside overlooking the dam. (Screenshot/Youtube)

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You can see two borthers standing on top right of the dam. It’s hard to fathom just how large this man-made structure is, cutting a major life-line of the land right in half. (Screenshot/Youtube)

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