I've been to few Car Shows in my life but this one was most impressive. So many cars, so many performances, so much fun. Check out this day in my life headed to the China Motor Show in Tianjin China. #chinavlog #china #car Here is how we can connect: Instagram: 🤍🤍instagram.com/johnthomasabroad/ Inquiries: johnthomastravels🤍gmail.com Music by Epidemic Sound: 🤍🤍epidemicsound.com/referral/8cpi9e/ Interested in My Equipment: 📷 : Sony ZV-1 🤍amzn.to/3EU54OB DJI - OSMO Pocket 🤍amzn.to/3salEXf iPad mini 🤍amzn.to/3DRurzd Rode Wireless Microphone 🤍amzn.to/3Fr9QTm I use affiliate links which means you don't pay more but I sometimes make a small commission if you chose to purchase through them. Thanks for supporting the channel.
Please advice if there is an event in Shanghai, I like to join you there.
No more COVID lockdown?
Ora n Avatr.
Not really a car person.
I did not realise there are so many electric cars brands in china
"What would you do if you weren't afraid." -Spencer Johnson
I love the fact that it seems tobe so natural now you use the Chinese name for the American drink brands, such as KeLe for Coke, XiuBi for Sprite. I bte you will have trouble order these drinks when you come back to the States
Wow! Chinese people are incredible and intelligen. We the people! lol
Won't see any Chinese cars in Murica
China excels in almost everything
Especially car shows
Ora's designer used to be Porsche's.
More fun video with Chen....at least you are not always alone
Just heard an economics professor said it is important for any developing country to establish its own auto manufacturing industry to claim a space among established middle-income countries, before moving on to the next level. By that reasoning China is clearly on the way to the next level.
Please follow the rules of proper masking.
Ooooo ! I like the Avatr too. Beautiful color. I wish that I can buy one of those. Thanks for the video ❤❤
U.S Rises were in 1980 to 2000 !
U.S was over .
It's China moment ,
China Rises in 2010 to the Next Level !
I can feel the energy of the Chinese car market through the video. Very impressive!
Looked a lot more fun than when I last went to the LA and OC car shows in Southern California. Zero dancing in those shows but I do kind of remember getting a bunch of paper junk broshures. Keep up the good videos bro. Hopefully one day I can attend!