Disney & ABC invited me out to LA to see an advanced screening of Born In China. All opinions are my own. Travel and accommodations were covered.
Just in time for Earth Day, Disneynature Born In China hits theaters, April 21, 2017! Are you ready? Every year, I take inventory of what cleaning and beauty products I use around our home. I aim to use green-friendly products not only for my family but for the environment!
After experiencing an advanced screening of Born In China, I found it breathtaking to see animals up close and the beautiful views of nature.
Born In China features a family of pandas, golden monkeys and snow leopards through every season. My son loves animals and he would love the movie. Born In China allows us to see, hear and observe the animals in their habitat. Not everyone has that opportunity and this movie is the closest we will ever encounter.
The views alone are spectacular and worth enjoying! Pandas seem to have a laid back life! They eat bamboo, cuddle with mom and play in the leaves. What a beautiful and calm lifestyle! When our son was born, the first few years were focused on him. I spent all day, every day caring for our son. I loved caring for him. I knew when he needed to be fed and anticipated his needs. Just like mama panda, I let my little one sleep while I took time for myself.
The golden monkeys are super active. They seem to stay in groups. The female monkeys will all help hold the babies within their community. They will each take turns holding the babies and even get territorial over the little ones.
We follow TaoTao, a golden monkey, who gets a bit jealous over his parents’ affections towards his little sister. He eventually discovers his own journey, he finds freedom. While on his journey, he also finds a pack of misfit monkeys just like him. Watching TaoTao, it reminds me of my own self. My parents wanted me out of the house as soon as I turned 18. I moved out when I was 19 and that forced me to grow up. I didn’t have much family support, so I relied on my boyfriend (at the time) and focused on work. These days, I am more aware of how important family is. Looking back, I appreciate what my parents did because I eventually met my husband!
My husband and I really do believe that things happen for a reason. He and I met at work. He was offered another position just before he took the job at the place I was working. I can only imagine what would have happened if he took the other job. Would we have even crossed paths, let alone meet?
The snow leopards follow a mom and two cubs. She is a fighter and protective of her territory. She fights off any snow leopard that ventures into her area. She is also protective over her cubs. She is an expert hunter. Her main goal is to feed herself and her cubs.
Born In China is a perfect movie to see with the family!
Disneynature Born In China opens in theaters April 21, 2017. Go see Born in China during opening week (April 21-27, 2017) and Disneynature will donate $.20 per ticket to World Wildlife Fund (WWF-US) through the Disney Conservation Fund, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $100,000.
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