Hutongs, Noodles and Kabaddi All Over the Place


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Hutongs, Noodles and Kabaddi

The gang discover 700-year-old hutongs in China, explore ancient-looking temples in Thailand and check out a 3D-printed building in the UAE.


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'Are you ready for an amazing adventure?

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'Then join Ed Petrie...'

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Yuck!

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'..and his CBBC mates...'

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-Spud me, bruv.

-Yes.

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'..on a bonkers and brilliant journey around...'

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Asia! Asia! Asia!

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'It's going to be epic!'

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Oh, it's amazing!

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Let's do this.

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We've got loads of brain-boggling facts to tell you about.

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Welcome to All Over The Place.

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-Can I watch it?

-You're in it!

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'We'll take part in some of Asia's

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'most spectacular and craziest events.'

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How far is the sea?

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I'm coming to get you!

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'So, are you ready to go...?'

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# North, south, east, west On a bizarre quest

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# Me and my mates, all over the place!

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# It's true what you've heard, everything is absurd

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# Whatever we do is strange but true!

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# All over the place

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# All over the place

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# There's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace

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-# And it turns up...

-# All over the place! #

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Stop saying we're lost, Naomi, I know exactly where we're going.

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I thought you were going to show me the Beijing of the future, though,

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you know, where the Olympics was held, that Bird's Nest.

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It looks like it could have been beamed down to earth in Star Trek.

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We are going boldly into the future, don't you worry.

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Well, it doesn't look like modern Beijing to me.

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I am following this map to the letter.

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Can I have a look at that map?

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-Be my guest.

-Ed, this is a map of Basingstoke.

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Oh! I thought it was a bit weird

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there was a Basingstoke Barry's British Pie Shop here.

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Where are we, then?

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It doesn't take a genius to figure out

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we're not in NEW Beijing, but OLD Beijing.

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These are hutongs, old streets with shops on the front,

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houses at the back,

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and they're 700 years old!

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There's lots of socialising, quirky shops and fashion,

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making this the home of the hipster.

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It would be great to have some hipster guides to show us around.

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Turns out they're all busy, so we've ended up with these two.

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Hi, guys.

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Eddie Blags Stuff here with more of my amazeballs travel vlog.

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I've got 3,901 subscribers and counting.

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Yay! I win the internet!

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Oh, hey, inter-web fan-ily.

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You are watching a far superior travel vlog with me,

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Nomes Totes LOLS, hash tag living life,

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hash tag, so over hash tags.

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Got my skinny latte, my skinny jeans

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and this is a skinny street.

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Remember, you haven't been to a hutong

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unless it's under nine-metres wide,

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otherwise, it's just a street! Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Some of the hutongs are famous for their antique shops,

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they, like, sell all kinds of treasures.

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Some of you, in the past, have

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commented that I'm a treasure,

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but you haven't commented that for a little while.

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One of the most on-trend ways of

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getting around Beijing

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is not on your feet.

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That's so 2016! Argh!

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It's in one of these, a bicycle,

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although I don't ride them

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because I don't like exercise.

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I spend all my time in my bedroom,

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making videos.

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Let's go bargaining!

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Ah! A Chinese warrior, I like this.

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You're always commenting at how good I am at bartering,

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let me show you my skills.

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Shall I give you 20 kuai?

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No, no, no, no.

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30 kuai? 50 kuai?

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I mean, really, you should be paying

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me for the publicity.

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Wow! I got this for a bargain 8,000 kuai.

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I love a bargain, and we are having

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mega LOLs while we're getting...

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ORNAMENT SMASHES

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And after a fantastic afternoon

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in the hutongs,

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I like to come to my favourite

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Artisan coffee shop

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and enjoy being one of

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the only Westerners here.

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Hi, Eddie Blags Stuff.

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I'm just going to be first to upload

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a vlog about the hutongs.

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Oh, no, you don't!

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What's the Wi-Fi password, please?

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VOICE SPEAKS CHINESE

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Thanks. I might just do mine later,

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actually, at the hotel.

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Yeah, me too.

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Well, I feel like I learned something from those,

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but then again, at the same time, nothing.

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Well, I learned that the best way to get around is by bike.

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-Yes.

-To the Bird's Nest! Zou ba!

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Ooh! Check you, Ed!

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Giving orders like an emperor!

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It's not the Bird's Nest you should be heading to,

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but the Forbidden City.

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I'm, like, totally excited because I love organising parties for people,

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but I've, like, never met a Chinese umpire before...

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Chinese emperor?

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..A Chinese emperor before.

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Where's my party planner?

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She's late!

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Look how young you are! So cute!

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-Cute?

-HE BLOWS A RASPBERRY

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I may only be three years old,

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but I'm the all-powerful Emperor of China.

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Now, come on, impress me.

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Well, I've got loads of ideas that are, like, totally adorable

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for a three-year-old's party.

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Starting with...

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some colourful balloons!

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Blue? Yuk!

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I want yellow balloons!

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Everything in the imperial court must be yellow,

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and I want one for every room

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in my palace in the Forbidden City.

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No problem. So that's...?

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9,999.

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Nine's our sacred number.

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We should probably talk cake.

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-Yellow cake.

-Oh, yellow, got it.

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And I was thinking, we could write your name on the top.

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Nice. But spell it right.

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It's Great Emperor Of The Great Ching Dynasty

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Grand Khan Of Tartary, Lord Of 10,000 Years

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And The Son Of Heaven.

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OK.

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We're going to need a bigger cake.

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SHE GASPS

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9,999 balloons, Your Excellence.

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I've worked with some demanding clients in my time,

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but this guy's the worst, and I've worked with Bieber!

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BALLOON BURSTS SHE SHRIEKS

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9,998 now! Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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I'm just going to go now before all your guests arrive.

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Guests? What guests?

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You are the guest. I haven't got any friends.

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I'm very rarely allowed to leave the Forbidden City,

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so you can stay here for ever...

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or I'll have you executed.

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Now, let's party!

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I want this to last all the way to my next birthday!

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Whoo!

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Blind Man's Bluff.

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I knew you would come up with a good idea eventually, Ivana.

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-WHISPERS:

-I'm, like, going to go now. Toodles.

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This is the most fun I've had in three years!

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-Ivana?

-DOOR CLOSES

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I know you're there somewhere! Ivana!

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Humph! Have you found it yet?

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Found what?

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You know, the thingy, the thing.

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The bottle of water of eternal youth?

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No. But I reckon it's around here somewhere.

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Take that off. I told you,

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I'm the only proper archaeologist around here.

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Ediana Jones, the greatest archaeologist of all time.

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HE CRACKS WHIP

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I think you'll find I'M the greatest archaeologist

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and explorer of all time! Lauriana Jones.

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Yeah? Where's your whip?

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-Here.

-Boing! Boing!

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Ha! Actually, no, that's a snake.

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-Argh!

-Argh!

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Come back!

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And take in some of this Thai HISS-tory.

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This park is called Mueang Boran,

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which means ancient city.

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The park has 116 structures, some really old,

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some copies, and the whole place is in the shape of Thailand.

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It was originally meant to be a mini golf course, but instead,

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it's become one of the world's largest outdoor museums.

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There's definitely nothing miniature about this place.

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'Ediana and Lauriana...

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'you have 47 seconds to find out as much as you can

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'about this ancient city.

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'Ediana, you have Em,

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'who knows everything there is to know about the buildings.

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'Lauriana, you have Poy,

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who knows all about the park and why it was built.

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'May the best verbal explorer win!

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'Sam, sxng, hnung, pi!'

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How many of these structures are original buildings?

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Hello, well, there are 90.

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How big is the park?

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320 acres.

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-Wow!

-How old is the oldest building?

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Good question. It's around 200 years old.

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And... And how were the structures transported here?

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By boat and by truck.

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How old is the newest building?

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Around 50 years old.

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And what was the first structure to be transported here?

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The Red Fortress.

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Ah, The Red Fortress, brilliant.

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Could I live here?

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Well, no, we have the central village where you could move to.

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And how long has the park been open?

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53 years.

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What is your favourite building?

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The Temple of the Lord Buddha Footprint, just here.

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This one? Oh, let's give it a hug.

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Ha-ha.

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Come on, it's your favourite!

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And, em...

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-HOOTER SOUNDS

-Argh!

-Yah!

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'And the winner is...

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-'Ed-iana!'

-Yee-ha!

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'And your prize are these two bikes,

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'which will help you see some of the great architecture

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'within the ancient city.'

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Awesome! I've got TWO bikes!

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-Two bikes!

-Hang on a second, you don't need two, do you?

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-Let me have one.

-No, no, they're both mine.

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-Let me have a go!

-Get off!

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Break it up, you guys.

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You've got a quest to be getting on with.

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This summer's blockbuster...

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Right, let's see if we can find someone to help us

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with our mission to find

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the bottled...bottled water...

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The Bottled Water of Eternal Youth?

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-Yeah.

-You know, this is an old market town or talad boran.

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It was removed and rebuilt here in the park.

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It's amazing! So beautiful!

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And are these real houses?

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-Yeah, they're made of wood.

-Amazing!

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So this is where, like, local Thai people

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used to live in, like, small little communities?

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Yeah, it's all gift shops now, though.

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Ooh! Might buy myself a fridge magnet!

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Focus on our quest, Lauren, focus!

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Maybe this person can help us out.

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Hello, fellow explorer!

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Call yourself an archaeologist?

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You've got no sense of scale.

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That's a massive replica of the Reclining Buddha statue.

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The original one is in the Wat Pho Temple in Bangkok.

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It's 46 metres long and its feet are 5 metres,

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same height as a female giraffe.

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Is that a real Grand Palace?

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No, the original structure burned down,

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but it was rebuilt by King Rama I.

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-Fact.

-So wise, so knowledgeable!

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I think I should be celebrated

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as the greatest archaeologist of all time.

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Well, clearly not, because we've not found the bottled...

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The water... A bottle of water that...

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Bottled Water of Eternal Youth! It's really easy!

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Ed, Ed! Maybe the treasure we seek,

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maybe it's at the end of that rainbow!

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We record data, we uncover artefacts,

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we do not get distracted by...

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shimmering lights at the end of a rainbow.

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Ooh!

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Finally, the Bottled Water of Eternal Youth

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is within my grasp!

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Ooh, Ed, are you sure about that?

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This is the Ancient City,

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and that looks like it's been there a long time.

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Wait, Ed, no, don't open it!

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-HIGH VOICE:

-Nice one, Ed.

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"It'll be fine," he said.

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Well, I no longer need to raid a lost ark,

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but a kids' wardrobe instead...

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for a smaller jacket.

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# We've come to look at architecture

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# Here in the UAE

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# There's buildings you just don't expect, yeah

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# In Dubai and Abu Dhabi

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# Let's take a look around the city here

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# In Abu Dhabi is the Capital Gate

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# Is it me or is that building not straight?

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# It's supposed to be like that, mate

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# It's got a reinforced core

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# Wow!

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# I bet building this sure wasn't easy

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# Leans even more than the Tower Of Pisa

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# Being in it would make me feel queasy

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# Meanwhile, in another city there's...

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# A skyscraper that really catches the eye

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# A vertical maze right here in Dubai

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# Styled by Adrian Fisher, famous maze guy

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# The balconies create a puzzle

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# Built from natural stone and incrust golden pyrite

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# The facade is covered in LED lights

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# That display all different colours at night

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# Check this hotel in the city D

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# Burj Al Arab is probably the best yet

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With its distinctive sail-shaped silhouette

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# Seven-star luxury is what you get

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-# It's built on a man-made island...

-To

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# Stop the Burj Al Arab wobbling round

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# Concrete piles were driven into the ground

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# They keep it in place even in loose sand

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# And here's the office of the future

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# The first functional 3-D printed building

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# Hang on, this was printed

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# Are you kidding?

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# And this is only just the beginning

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# Dubai wants to print lots more buildings

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# Wow

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# Imagine having to buy that much ink

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# It doesn't quite work that way, I don't think

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# They used different materials to print

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# Checking out some building bling

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# Build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...

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# Great piece of engineering

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# Build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to build it, build it

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# They like to...build it. #

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'Dear diary,

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'I'm still no closer to my dream of creating a wonderful new food.

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'It must be tasty but economical,

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'quick to cook, but keeps for a long time,

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'but I can't work out how to do it.

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'Maybe it's my workshop, it's very basic,

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'but it is a great place to store my bike.'

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All right, Ed?

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Do you know this shed here is the recreation of

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where a guy called Momofuku Ando

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invented the instant noodle?

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What? You mean somebody has already created a new food

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using stuff from this shed?

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Yeah, although he did it in 1958, so it's not really new,

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but he must have been pretty smart.

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Sounds like I've got some competition

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-when it comes to creating a wonder food.

-Mm-hm.

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But I'm not going to give up.

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And here's the man himself.

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Momofuku Ando spent an entire year

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trying to create instant noodles,

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before finally succeeding on August the 25th, 1958.

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Instant noodles are made from flour dough,

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which is fried and then dried.

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You just add hot water.

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Noodles are a massive part of the Japanese diet,

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along with things like rice, fish and vegetables.

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At the Instant Ramen Museum, here in Osaka,

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you can actually make your own cup of instant ramen,

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that's noodle soup,

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and Mr Matsuyama is on hand to help.

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Ed, don't forget to write down the recipe!

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Oh, hang on. I've forgotten my diary.

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I need that for my creation!

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Be back in a sec.

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He'll probably be a while.

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-Can we get started?

-Why, yes, of course.

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Great stuff.

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Asia's tastiest food, France's toughest critic.

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He is better than you, it's Rene Mangetout.

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Where is my ramen?

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OK, we're ready.

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We're ready to go.

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I, Rene Mangetout have travelled all the way to Japan to challenge you,

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Mr Spellman and you, Mr...

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Man, to see which one of you will be crowned Instant Ramen king.

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You must make ze noodles, and make them now!

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Oh, right.

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Allez!

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First, buy the cup.

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One cup for my noodles.

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Bonjour!

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Next, give the cup a personal touch by writing on it.

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What are you doing?

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This is a cooking competition, not a drawing competition!

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-To the kitchen! What is this?

-Get back under there.

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Don't touch my beret!

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Now add the noodles and then the all-important ingredients.

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This is where we choose the soup and ingredients.

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We choose one of four soups and four other types of ingredients

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and that means you end up with 5,460 flavour combinations.

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Delicious.

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Chilli tomato, please.

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Onion.

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-Chicken.

-Chicken?!

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Two corn.

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Normally, it's a no-no to eating your noodles at the museum,

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but Rene has been given the OK.

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With the hot water added,

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he must now decide who will become Instant Ramen MasterChef.

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Very, very tense indeed.

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Mr Spellman.

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Even my hand will not allow me to taste it, it is so awful!

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Eurgh!

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Luckily, Mr Man, for you I have an emergency fork.

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I did not like it.

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I loved it!

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What combination of flavours did you use?

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Oh, I can't remember that.

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This is a tragedy!

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It is lost for all humanity!

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Now clean this mess up!

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Welcome to AOTP Sport Kabaddi Special.

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Hi, sports fans,

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and you join us for the annual sports extravaganza

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of Indian sandpit sports.

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Ahem, it's kabaddi, mate.

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Kabaddi mate.

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The striker seems to have his own chant.

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While the crowd continues chanting,

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looks like he's going for a slam dunk goal thing,

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but the opposing team are jumping up and down on the spot.

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The offence is spreading around the defence.

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Looks like he's run out of breath.

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He has run out of breath.

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If you do run out of breath, or you get caught,

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you lose a point for your team.

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Now you're getting the hang of this.

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Take a deep breath, this is the bonkers Indian sport of kabaddi!

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The main tactic is to enter the opponents' half

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and make contact with the other team

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whilst constantly saying, "Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi..."

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..which is really nice

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and also a good defensive tactic.

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It's one of the most popular sports in the whole of India,

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played by millions of people,

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but today, India will welcome two absolute beginners.

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It's Ed and Inel.

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Kabaddi pro Jayapal will tell you everything you need to know.

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This is really good because we don't know what we're doing.

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Is it true that you have to hold your breath when you're attacking?

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You have to hold the breath and speak, "Kabaddi," like that.

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Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi...

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I tell you what, how about we attempt to answer

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as many questions as we can in a single breath?

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-Are you up for that?

-Yes.

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OK, here we go.

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-BOTH:

-Three, two, one...

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How many players are on a kabaddi team?

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-Seven players.

-How long does a kabaddi match last?

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-40 minutes.

-How do you score?

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If one touch one, they will get one point.

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I think I'm going to be...KA-GOODIE at this,

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and you are going to be KA-BADDIE. Kabaddi.

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Hey, I make the KA-BADDIE jokes around here!

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The rules are no joke, though.

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The attacking team are called the raiders.

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The defensive team are called the antis.

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The raiders must cross the central line

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and touch an anti to win a point,

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but after they touch an opponent,

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they must run back to safety and touch the halfway line,

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otherwise, the antis will win a point.

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Whoa! Got that? Good.

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Oh, and don't forget to keep saying kabaddi, kabaddi...

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Very good, guys, keep it up.

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-Kabaddi.

-Kabaddi.

-Kabaddi...

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I think they're just trying to save breath, so they say it really...

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You just see their lips going, don't you?

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Look at him now, he's backed them all off.

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Oh, no, wait!

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-Oh, he's gone down.

-They really...

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They really pile on, don't they?

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Too late to back out.

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The AOTP T-shirts have arrived.

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It must be time to meet the teams.

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Now, Sandeep, Ed is quite tall and fast.

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Have you got any strategies for how we are going to catch him?

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Kabaddi is not only a game of power,

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but also a game of skills as well as brain.

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-We have to use brain.

-You heard it here first.

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Skills and brain is what you need!

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So, Ed, what skills are you learning?

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OK, why am I doing...?

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Now I'm looking at your bottom!

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This is a very strange game!

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One, two, three...

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-ALL:

-Yay!

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Team Ed! Best team ever!

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-Right, guys?

-Yes.

-Yeah!

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Hold your breath, folks, it's the...

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-May the best man win.

-May the best man win.

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Blah!

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Game on and Team Inel is first to raid.

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Oh, he's touched them there.

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That's one point to Inel's team.

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Oh, but he's got Inel on the chest.

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1-all.

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Oh, a dramatic dive from the raider.

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He's bundled down!

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It's 2-1 to Team Ed.

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You'll rue the day you messed with Team Ed.

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I just want to get back in there!

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I just want to get back in!

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No score on Team Ed's raid.

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Oh, and Team Inel lose another point.

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OK, here we go.

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Time to unleash their secret weapon.

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Oh, wait, it's Ed.

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Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi...

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Looks like he's running out of breath,

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and he's back over the halfway line to safety...

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for now.

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Inel's raider is doing well... He's pushed out of bounds!

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That's 4-1 to Team Ed.

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OK.

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Oh, he's down!

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Ah, look who it is.

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So, Inel is back in play.

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Dances round the defence.

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It's looking dangerous, there.

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Oh, but he's been grabbed and he is being pushed out of bounds!

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Yes, he is out!

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He must be asking what he was thinking there.

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So, it's half-time - 5-2, the score.

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-I'm so hot, Inel.

-Yeah?

-Yes.

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Well, the heat is on, Ed.

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It's the second period and you are up first.

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Oh, and that touch has put Ed's team 6-2.

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I won a point!

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Sandeep steps in, touches one, touches two...

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and manages to touch the halfway line!

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Those two points are good for Team Inel.

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6-4, the score.

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Inel takes one on the chest.

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Oh, that's one more for Team Ed!

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Kabaddi, kabaddi, kabaddi...

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Why are you back again? I thought you were out?

0:25:380:25:40

Inel is surrounded.

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It looks to be over.

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But it's a powerful drag and he's over the line!

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Let's see that again.

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He touches two players, charges towards the line

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and Ed is left helpless.

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Two more points, the gap is closed at just one.

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Get him, get him!

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Inel charges in and takes him down!

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And it's seven apiece.

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I'm glad that wasn't me!

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Another strong raid from Team Inel.

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Oh, and they have taken the lead!

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That's 8-7.

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And another point on defence.

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Where's all my team gone? What are you doing here?

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Inel can smell blood.

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But he's out the back of the court.

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Team Ed claw one back.

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You're out now!

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-Mind games!

-Yes, I planned that.

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Look at that! Mind games!

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-I planned that.

-I can't believe that!

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Oh, Team Ed level the score at 9-all,

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with seconds remaining on the clock.

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Team Inel play safe.

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It all comes down to this.

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Oh, and he's down!

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Team Inel win 10-9 at the death.

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Ow!

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I said it from the start, I said it from the start,

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I said we were going to win it!

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Sorry, Team Ed.

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-Sorry.

-You are all winners in my eyes.

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You are all winners. Yeah?

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Winners right here, even though you're losers.

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Winner of All Over The Place Kabaddi,

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Team Inel.

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THEY CHEER

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Ha-ha! Winner! Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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Ed, it looks like you're KA-BADDIE, after all!

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See what I did?

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-It's kind of my joke.

-All right, all right.

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You've been watching All Over The Place: Asia!

0:27:240:27:27

Ed Petrie and his CBBC mates go on an adventure to find the most unusual and amazing places in Asia. They discover 700-year-old alleys called hutongs in China, explore ancient-looking temples in Thailand, check out a 3D-printed building in the United Arab Emirates, visit a noodle museum in Japan and take a deep breath before playing the traditional game of Kabaddi in India!

Ed is joined on this bonkers road trip by Naomi Wilkinson, Susan Calman, Lauren Layfield, Cel Spellman, Iain Stirling and Inel Tomlinson - there's stuff to do in Asia that is totally ace and it turns up All Over the Place!