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OU on the BBC: China on Four Wheels

Updated Tuesday, 4th September 2012

Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani jump into the drivers' seats for two very different trips through China.

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China on four wheels series Copyrighted  image Icon Copyright: BBC Justin and Anita pick lucky charms in TianYi market for their journey Take an epic journey with the new series from BBC Two & The Open University, China on Four Wheels. It's a sometimes surprising trip through a fascinating country.

After their trip through India on Four Wheels, Justin Rowlatt and Anita Rani embark on a new journey - this time, through the only country more populous.

Like India, China’s economic boom is symbolised by a massive and expanding car industry – already the largest in the world by a long way.

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