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    Myanmar

    Lotus Textiles

    Did you know you can produce clothes out of Lotus flowers? In this episode we will meet Hnaung Nge who is planning to surprise her mother with something made of Lotus. Let’s see how she does it and what the surprise is.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Myanmar - Jade

    Myanmar

    Jade

    Have you ever held a jade stone in your hand? In this episode, we meet Rose, who loves jewellery made out of jade. She would like to have her own jade bracelet. But where does jade come from and how is it made into jewellery? Rose visits a jeweller and learns more about this valuable gem and the processing behind it.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Malaysia - Mr. Poops and I

    Malaysia

    Mr. Poops and I

    In this episode, Mr Poops takes us on a journey through a sewage plant and offers an insight into why people invented the toilet in the first place. He also takes us on a short tour through history and tells us how people have dealt with this issue in different times and places.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Thailand - Milk

    Thailand

    Milk

    Why do we drink milk from animals, especially from cows? A single cow can give about 20 kg of milk per day. In this episode, Jay visits a farm during his holiday to find out more about milk and how it is processed. How are cows milked and can we drink milk directly from a cow’s udder?

    Season 2 (2011)

    Thailand - Earthquake

    Thailand

    Earthquake

    Have you ever witnessed an earthquake? They can occur in many places and at any time around the world. But how do earthquakes happen and how should we react if we are caught in this natural disaster? In this episode, we accompany Aod and his father, exploring the natural and human consequences of earthquakes.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Brunei - Topspin

    Brunei

    Topspin

    In this episode, we watch how the top spinning winning teams representing the Brunei Muara District are chosen. We follow Juni, whose team is participating and find out what makes a good top spinning player. And of course, we learn how the game is played!

    Season 2 (2011)

    Vietnam - Battery

    Vietnam

    Battery

    Where does the power for your alarm clock come from? What about for your watch, or your flash light? And why are you able to go on a camping trip without having to leave all those things behind? In this episode, we find out the answer.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Thailand - B-Boy

    Thailand

    B-Boy

    Did you ever try to breakdance? It’s pretty difficult right? Meet Pee who wants to be a “B-Boy” to compete at the nationals. To learn some moves, he decided to get some help from a breakdance group. Let’s see if he can reach his goal.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Myanmar - Lotus Textiles

    Myanmar

    Lotus Textiles

    Did you know you can produce clothes out of Lotus flowers? In this episode we will meet Hnaung Nge who is planning to surprise her mother with something made of Lotus. Let’s see how she does it and what the surprise is.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Malaysia -Siberian Bothers

    Malaysia

    Siberian Bothers

    In this episode we are spending a day with two brothers, Putra and Jazzboy. They are not just ordinary brothers, they are tiger brothers. Let us find out why those two tigers are so special.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Cambodia - Painter Boy

    Cambodia

    Painter Boy

    Chaung is a young artist from Cambodia. It has always been his dream to be a great painter, but to become an artist he faces many difficulties. In this episode Chaung tells us his story and what he wants to achieve in the future.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Malaysia - Snake

    Malaysia

    Snake

    In this episode, Otto is going to be a snake charmer. But do snakes actually have ears? And if yes, where are they located? With the help of Otto`s friend, a python, we learn more about this unique reptile and how it finds its prey by using its tongue.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Vietnam - Living Another Life

    Vietnam

    Living Another Life

    Can you imagine to live somewhere else for a few days? With people you don’t know? Exactly this is going to happen to Hai Anh from Vietnam. Her parents want her to have an interesting experience during her summer holidays. Where will she go and with whom is she going to stay? Let’s find out together!

    Season 5 (2014)

    Laos - Lao Martial Arts

    Laos

    Lao Martial Arts

    Meet Phom, a young athlete from Laos who’s goal is it to preserve Lao martial arts in his country. In this episode we follow Phom on his journey to the martial arts competition and have an insight what it takes to be a Lao Martial Arts champion.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Myanmar - Crocodile

    Myanmar

    Crocodile

    What everyone knows for sure is that a crocodile is green, has a long tail and big teeth. But why does a crocodile have to keep its mouths wide open? In this episode, we follow Bobo on his quest to answer such questions for his seminar paper. Let’s see what else he will finds out about this amazing animal.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Brunei - Twins

    Brunei

    Twins

    In this episode we meet Rahman and Rahim who are identical twins. They share the same friends and hobbies, but what differentiates them from one another? Are twins always the same? Let’s go and find out together.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Indonesia- Plastic Waste in the Ocean

    Indonesia

    Plastic Waste in the Ocean

    Can you tell how much plastic waste your household produces every month? In this episode we follow Dodok, a nine year old boy, who’s hobby is to collect plastic waste. Let’s see what he is doing with all the waste he collects.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Malaysia - Luqman's Autism

    Malaysia

    Luqman's Autism

    In this episode of “I Got it” we spend some time with six years old Luqman who has been diagnosed with autism. We follow him around and talk to people who can tell us about his daily routine and what autism really is.

    Season 5 (2014 )

    Thailand - Dinosaur

    Thailand

    Dinosaur

    In this episode we are going on a dinosaur fossil exploration. Also on this exploration is Namo, a 13 years old boy who’s biggest dream is to find bones of the “Triceratops” - a three horned dinosaur. Is he going to find what he is looking for?

    Season 5 (2014)

    Philippines - Climate Change (Typhoon)

    Philippines

    Climate Change (Typhoon)

    In this episode we meet two typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) victims, Dimple and Hadassa. The two girls share their experiences and observations during the typhoon and how they cope with the situation. The episode also explains how global warming and climate change can result in catastrophic effects and present ways on how we can help in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

    Season 5 (2014)

    Malaysia -Beyond Boundaries – Refugees

    Malaysia

    Beyond Boundaries – Refugees

    In this episode we meet two girls who are good friends, their have a special bond because they share the same fate. They are refugees. So how do they live and what does it mean to be a refugee?

    Season 5 (2014)

    Philippines - Honeybees

    Philippines

    Honeybees

    Yummy, natural honey! We visit Tina, who has her own beehive and find out how bees live and produce honey. Tina and her father know a lot about them and harvest their own honey. Come and take a closer look at this small but remarkable insect.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Philippines - Windmills

    Philippines

    Windmills

    Energy from wind power? What a great idea! But why does air move and how is it possible to convert wind into energy? "I Got It!" takes us on a journey into the past and shows how windmills were invented. Come and find out why they are still used today and why they are so important for our environment and perhaps our future.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Philippines - Lighthouse

    Philippines

    Lighthouse

    This episode of “I Got It” explores the world of lighthouses. Do you know how they work and who invented them? Come and find out how sailors used to navigate dangerous coastal waters, how the light from lighthouses can be seen from miles out at sea and what happened to the ancient lighthouse in Alexandria.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Myanmar - Overfishing

    Myanmar

    Overfishing

    Overfishing presents a serious problem to marine life around the world. This episode looks at the issue through the eyes of fishermen in Myanmar and the challenges they face, as well as how they try to tackle the problem without running the risk of endangering their livelihood.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Laos - Going to School

    Laos

    Going to School

    Going to school is not always as easy as hopping on the school bus. In Laos and other countries it sometimes entails a long trek to the classroom. The school itself can often be a simple wood building. It shows what importance families and children place on education and its significance for their future.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Thailand - Popcorn

    Thailand

    Popcorn

    When we think of cinema, we also think of popcorn. Why is that? How did maize kernels become associated with the glamorous world of the silver screen and who came up with the idea of popcorn in the first place? Find out all about popcorn in this episode of "I Got It!"

    Season 3 (2012)

    Vietnam - Kaleidoskope

    Vietnam

    Kaleidoskope

    In this episode, Chi is celebrating her birthday and gets an unusual present - a kaleidoscope. But Nam, a friend of hers, accidentally breaks it. He feels bad and wants to tinker a new one. Did you ever look through a kaleidoscope? You can see a lot of different shapes and colours. How does it work? Find out with Nam and discover the secrets of the kaleidoscope - and how you can make your own!

    Season 2 (2011)

    Thailand - Paper

    Thailand

    Paper

    What value does paper have for you? It's all around us. We are able to buy it anytime anywhere. It's in books, newspapers, toilet paper and tissues. But we don't really think about where it comes from. That's why perhaps we should not throw it away so carelessly. Why exactly? Find out in this episode!

    Season 2 (2011)

    Thailand - Dolphin

    Thailand

    Dolphin

    In this episode, „I Got It!” meets Dan, an enthusiastic swimmer, who wants to know more about dolphins and why they have the ability to swim so fast. How can dolphins breathe, see and hear under water? Dan visits Oasis Sea World to find out more about this clever sea dweller.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Brunei - Water Taxi

    Brunei

    Water Taxi

    Do you ever wonder how boats are able to float on water? In this “I Got It” episode we get to know Aiman, who vistits Mr. Karim, a boat make. He not only tries to find out how these boats are made, but also how they float - including a short excursion to Ancient Greece to meet one of the most important mathematicians. Eureka!

    Season 2 (2011)

    Brunei - Oil

    Brunei

    Oil

    Where does oil come from? How do we get it out from the ground? Why does it actually power our engines and so much more? But perhaps most importantly, what is it about oil that makes it so important for us to find alternative sources of energy. These are some of the questions this episode of "I Got It!" from Brunei tries to answer.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Malaysia - Creepy Crawlers

    Malaysia

    Creepy Crawlers

    Many people don't like cockroaches and see them as pesky home invaders or as creepy crawlers. But insects like the cockroach are actually fascinating creatures. In this episode we learn more about this expert survivor and their amazing features. Perhaps next time you'll think twice before stepping on one.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Philippines - Street Kids

    Philippines

    Street Kids

    All children go to school right? Unfortunately that is not the case. Many children in different parts of the world, including Southeast Asia, have to help their families cope with extreme poverty. They have to work, for example collecting garbage, in order to support their families with any possible income, so they don't have the chance to go to school. Meet some of these children and hear their story in this episode.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Malaysia - Lin's World

    Malaysia

    Lin's World

    Can you imagine never growing taller, not even as a grown up? Lin has to cope with this feeling every day. “I Got It!” accompanies Lin for one day and shows how she manages her everyday life. See for yourself what tricks she comes up to deal with life in the world of tall people.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Indonesia - Volcano

    Indonesia

    Volcano

    In this episode, Andi Jalu takes you to the Indonesian volcano Merapi. We get to the bottom of how a volcano works and what magma is. “I Got It!” meets Bagas and his family, who share their experience of having to run for their lives, when the volcano exploded in 2010.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Laos - Hydropower

    Laos

    Hydropower

    In this episode, we look at hydropower - that is energy produced by the power of water. "I Got It!" visits Nong, a village in remote northern Laos, which doesn't have electricity yet. 12 year old Kud and her mother travel to visit their uncle in a nearby town that is supplied with electricity through a local dam, where they find out how electricity is generated by water.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Cambodia - Cricket

    Cambodia

    Cricket

    Do you know why crickets are so loud at night? In this episode, we visit Wadh at home, who had a sleepless night. What kept him awake? None other than a cricket in the garden. Deciding to turn his sleepless night into something useful, he decides to find out why crickets are so noisy at night and how such a small creature can make such a loud sound in the first place.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Philippines - Animation

    Philippines

    Animation

    Have you ever wondered how cartoon characters move? In this episode we learn how to breathe life into drawings and what the difference between traditional and digital animation is. “I Got It!” visits a cartoon artist, who shows us how 2D and 3D figures are animated on the computer nowadays. Have a look and learn how you can produce your own flip book!

    Season 2 (2012)

    Philippines - Hair

    Philippines

    Hair

    Have you ever wondered where your hair comes from and what hair really is? Why do some people have dark hair and some light hair? In this episode, "I Got It!" seeks to get to the root of the matter and learn more about something we often take for granted - our hair!

    Season 3 (2012)

    Malaysia - Photography

    Malaysia

    Photography

    Click! If you take a photo with your camera or smartphone nowadays, it is the most normal thing in the world. For thousands of years, people have tried to keep capture their memories by copying reality. But how were cameras invented and how do they work? Find out and learn how to even make your own camera!

    Season 2 (2011)

    Philippines - Time

    Philippines

    Time

    In this episode, Cinderella is dumped by Prince Charming, because her clock was running slow and Dracula is almost burned by sunlight, because his alarm didn’t sound off! No watch, no time. Can you imagine a time when there were no watches? In this episode, Archie the presenter will take you back in time. Let’s find out how people in history were telling time by observing the moon, the stars and the sun.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Myanmar - Dog Training

    Myanmar

    Dog Training

    Raise your paw, roll over and sit down are commands a dog learns at dog training. Some dogs are harder to train than others. In this episode we meet a girl named Snow and her dog Lulu. The two seem to have a problem, Lulu doesn't want to do anything with Snow, because Lulu is still not used to her new owner and her new home. Lets see if a dog trainer can help them.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Malaysia - Sun Bear

    Malaysia

    Sun Bear

    In this episode we meet Mary, a little sun bear who lives in the conservation centre. She was rescued in 2012. When Mary was a baby she was raised as a pet for humans. That's why she never learned how to survive in the wild. With help of Uncle Tom she got back into the forest. Learn why conservation centres like this one are a big help for sun bears.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Thailand - My Comic

    Thailand

    My Comic

    Meet Mark, Mark is 11 years old and has a passion for drawing comics. His dream is to be a professional cartoonist one day, like his idol The Duang. With the help of "I Got It!", he got to meet and spend a day with The Duang. Watch him as he gets to share his talent with his long admired idol. What a special day for Mark!

    Season 4 (2013)

    Philippines - Obesity

    Philippines

    Obesity

    Everybody loves to eat. Eating helps our body to get strong and healthy, but what if our appetite for food won't stop? Celver loves to eat too. His eating habits causes him trouble and may lead to obesity. Although Celver is the best in his class, he is a victim of bullying, because he is bigger than the others. After a check-up at the doctor's office Celver is ready for a change. Will the right diet and exercises help him?

    Season 4 (2013)

    Philippines - Jumper Boys

    Philippines

    Jumper Boys

    Jayjay and JR are jumper boys, which means they are running after garbage trucks to collect the garbage. Even though this job is so dangerous, the boys need to take the risk to earn money for their families. Let's see if there is a safer place for them to grow up or if they have to remain jumper boys for forever.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Cambodia - HIV

    Cambodia

    HIV

    Heng Sokunthy Len is a 12 year old Cambodian girl who lives with HIV since her birth. Despite battling with the infection and having to take medication everyday, she is determined to make the most of life and to remain positive. This episode of "I Got It!" looks at the science behind the virus and the lives of people it affects though the eyes of a 12 year old girl in Cambodia.

    Season 4 (2013)

    Myanmar - Pearls

    Myanmar

    Pearls

    Most jewelry is fashioned out of precious metals and jewels that are found buried in the Earth, but pearls are found inside a living creature, an oyster. This episode of "I Got It!" looks at how pearls are formed and harvested in Myanmar.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Malaysia - Rainforest

    Malaysia

    Rainforest

    Remote from chaotic and crowded cities, rainforests offer a unique habitat for the diversity of plants and animals. But what makes the rainforest so important to us humans? Why is the air much clearer than in cities? Come along to the Penang National Park in Malaysia and get to know more about this special place.

    Season 1 (2010)

    Malaysia - Universe

    Malaysia

    Universe

    In this episode, "I Got It!" takes you on a journey into space. Earth is only one out of many planets in the universe and part of the so-called solar system. But what actually is the solar system and how many planets belong to it? Get to know more about the secrets of the universe and how you can build your own telescope to explore the sky and the stars.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Malaysia - Skyscrapers

    Malaysia

    Skyscrapers

    How many floors can you count in the house you live in? Could you imagine a house with 160 floors? You can find so called skyscrapers almost all over the world. They are like cities rising high into the air. But how are they constructed to become so tall without falling over? Find out in this episode!

    Season 1 (2010)

    Malaysia - Palm Oil

    Malaysia

    Palm Oil

    In this episode of "I Got It!", we accompany Naz and Ejahz from Indonesia to visit a palm-oil plantation. Palm-oil is very healthy and is used for the production of many different things, such as soap. Soap from oil -- you don't believe that? Come and find out for yourself how oil is extracted from fruits of the palm tree. You even might be able to make your own soap out of palm-oil.

    Season 2 (2011)

    Malaysia - Chasing Dreams

    Malaysia

    Chasing Dreams

    Wouldn't it be great to be a racing driver? This was Jazeman Jaafar's dream since he was a little boy. Now he is the new racing sensation of Malaysia. In this episode, we will follow Jazeman Jaafar for a day to see what it takes to be a great racer. Come along and watch Jazeman Jaafar's amazing story of success.

    Season 3 (2012)

    Indonesia - Coffee

    Indonesia

    Coffee

    In this episode, Andi Jalu explores why civet coffee is supposed to be the most delicious and most expensive coffee in the world! A civet is a small, mostly nocturnal mammal, native to Indonesia and a special coffee is made from its droppings. You are taken on a journey into the past and get to know who discovered this unique form of coffee.

    Season 2 (2011)