Positive YouTube channels on China


Wangxi

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Hello !

There is a lot of anti-China propaganda on youtube (serpentza, laowhy, falungong ect)

This is why I wanted us to share positive videos or youtube channels on China.

Here are some channels :

Barrett :
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They are British, a father and his son, they live in Shenzhen


Gweilo 60 :
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He's Canadian, and he lives in Nanning


Daniel Dumbrill

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He lives between Hong Kong and Shenzhen


Reporterfy Media & Travel :
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Blondie in China
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Walkeast :
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It's a new channel, he deserves more views, he visits Chinese cities in 4k, especially Changsha
 

Tam

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Its funny that the pro-China YTers have developed factions of their own; some don't like the other. Barrett and Gweilo60 seems to be having some sort of rivalry. China Teacher Brand doesn't like one or two of the characters in the opening post and he hosts his own streams, and even though he's as pro-China gung ho as it gets, CTB isn't going to be invited in their streams. Fernando has a unique perspective compared to the other YouTubers is that he comes from a poor country like Columbia. So he understands what it means to be poor. Like some of the other YouTubers like Daniel Dunbrill, CTB found financial success in China, which defies the narrative that the China isn't open to foreigners. In one of his videos he seems to be driving a Mercedes. Fernando is based in Dongguan.

So says one of the comments, "Smart socialism is giving a hand up, not a hand out."

 
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Tam

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Millennial YTers do less politics and show more about the good life. They are less polarizing, and rather than criticize the West, the MSM, praise the CCP's management, they focus and show what life and travel is in China, and I feel that sends a much better message.

This video shows Magnus Dettmar and Monkey Abroad. Magnus Dettmar is an entrepreneur stationed in Shanghai, who has set up his own business there and works in the financial and blockchain industry. His other videos includes how to set up a business in China. Monkey Abroad aka Kevin Cook is a travel vlogger and you can learn more about him in the video below.


Monkey Abroad and Blondie in China.

 

Hendrik_2000

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I like Takeuchi Ryo blog high quality video telling from the perspective of average people to bring understanding between people of China and Japan he never touch politic Some of the episode are moving.
He lives in Nanjing and married to Chinese girl who is his Boss. he has his own video company with heavy sponsorship from Panasonic. But he also do commercial add to supplement his popular video "Why I choose to live here" which tell the story of interesting Chinese and Japanese character who live is each other country. He try to widen his audience by providing english subtitle.
He is struggling at the beginning but now achieve success with many sponsorship. He never speak about his opinion or view but let the subject of his video speak for themselves.
Mostly unadulterated documentary of real life, sad, happiness

Japanese documentary director Takeuchi Ryo and his team went to Wuhan after the lockdown has been lifted for the COVID-19 pandemic. Through the stories of 10 families in Wuhan, we get to see what it was like during the lockdown, what Wuhan is really like now and how life has been changed forever for the 11 million residents in Wuhan.
 
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Tam

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Another Swede in China. Miriam in China.


Polish in China. Now missing and wanting to go back to China.



I kind of miss Travellight and Where's Poppy. Travelight has stopped making new Youtube vidoes and Where's Poppy is going around the world. They traveled to many places around the world, but their videos in China are the best.


I confess that I tend to confuse Nico with Blondie in China. Her videos are good for wanting to see how life is in China.

 

Tam

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Filipino YouTuber Richard Aguilar is unique as he mainly focuses about science and technical achievements, mostly about China but sometimes all around the world. His particular focus is on green and infrastructure technologies. He promotes China's technologies in a way that puts CGTN and CCTV to shame.



 

ILikeChina

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You won't understand Polish, but I may add Polish youtube channels about China.

He has the oldest channel, he also had a blog but later dropped it. The most positive Polish channel about China.
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The guy above and her make sometimes cross vlogs.

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A bit unprofessional.
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And the most popular one, but she is making content for teens and sometimes she uploads bullshit (e.g. stereotypes or fake news). I think this vlog is more about her in China than about China, that's why usually I am not watching it, but sometimes she uploads nice videos.
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There are other smaller vloggers, but either they stopped uploading or doing it for yourself so I won't add. Some I may not know.
 
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