Parts Unknown Season 4

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Travel Documentary hosted by Anthony Bourdain, published by CNN broadcasted as part of CNN - Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown series in 2014 - English narration

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Get a taste for the unexpected! Join the Emmy Award winning Anthony Bourdain as he takes incredible adventures to extraordinary locations.

[edit] Shanghai

In the season 4 premiere of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown," Tony visits Shanghai, witnessing firsthand the effects of China's booming economy on the vast nation. He explores aspects of Chinese history and culture that still resonate today amid the modern city's flashing lights and newly-minted status as China's capitalist cornerstone. And in true Bourdain fashion, he seeks out the best street food.

[edit] The Bronx

Anthony Bourdain explores the rich cultural diversity and unique variety of cuisines the Bronx has to offer. From the Bronx's role in the birth of hip-hop to traditional Jamaican tonics to deep fried pig parts, Tony unearths the energy, vibe and rhythm of this oft overlooked borough of New York City.

[edit] Paraguay

A South American country of 6 million, much of the oppressively hot landlocked nation of Paraguay is jungle terrain or desert known as "the Chaco." It also holds a Bourdain family mystery.

[edit] Vietnam

Bourdain visits the former Vietnamese Imperial capital of Huế in Central Vietnam, the nation's spiritual, cultural and culinary capital, where he tries local specialties such as Bún bò Huế, Cơm hến (clams with rice topped with clam broth & pork rinds), Bánh bèo and Bánh bột lọc (cassava flour cakes topped with pan-fried shrimp, pork belly & green onions) at street-side vendors and restaurants. He visits Đông Ba Market, a local artist's home sampling Vietnamese imperial court cuisine, a local fishing village, and the communist Vịnh Mốc tunnels north of the former DMZ. Anthony revisits the 1968 Tet Offensive, including the Battle of Huế and the Huế Massacre, where 3000 civilians were massacred by the Viet Cong.

[edit] Tanzania

Leaving behind the Africa we've come to know in the news — full of corruption, poverty and conflict — Tony embraces the wild, untamed continent of mystery, adventure and exoticism during a visit to Tanz

[edit] Iran

ourdain shines the light on the Iranian people vs the oppressive government. Although this episode get a bit more politically involved than others such is the nature of the locale. Isfahan and Tehran are particularly visited as well as two private homes for traditional Persian cooking. The episode ends with a nightlife scene in Northern Tehran.

[edit] Massachusetts

Revisits Bourdain's upbringing in Cape Cod. Much of the show is about the current heroin addiction of residents.

[edit] Jamaica

Explores the development of Jamaica by the rich at the expense of the native poor.

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Video Codec: x264 ,AVC-1
Video Bitrate: CRF 20
Video Resolution: 1280x720
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio BitRate: 384 kbps
Audio Streams: 2.0
Audio Languages: English
RunTime Per Part: 43 min
Number Of Parts: 8
Part Size: 1.2 GB
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