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This paper examines how promotional tourist DVDs construct narratives of corporate space in Qingdao, China. The videos-which are marketed at heritage tourist sites as "video postcards"-are designed to produce a particular chronotope in which the industrialization of Qingdao's hinterlands emerges inevitably from the landscapes of heritage tourist sites. These spatial narratives are directed at domestic tourists, and take advantage of distinctly Chinese traditions of image-making and tourism. Byfatcat:6cjfbqujgrewva6pkjo527l7v4