As the camera revolves around Yi playing her violin for the first time, one of the billboards has an advertisement for a Big Mac at McDonald's (China). See more »
Unlike the film's central family, Asians typically don't wear shoes in the house. See more »
[after capturing Everest and the kids]
I'll make sure the yeti's out.
[approaches him with a cattle prod]
You're never going to escape again.
[Yi breaks free from the goon holding her and grabs the prod]
[she and Zara struggle against each other, until Zara backs Yi toward the edge of the bridge and shoves her over the edge]
[hands the prod to the goon leader; to him]
Well, that's one down.
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Still pictures are shown through the credits showing life after the story shown in the film, featuring shots of Yi, Jin, Peng, Yi's mother, and Nai Nai all growing closer. Also included are shots of Mr. Burnish, the whooping snake, and the jerboa, which all culminate in the film's credits ending on a photo of Yi, her mother, and Nai Nai at the Leshan Budha. Finally, there's a small stinger featuring the whooping snake. See more »