1. Mid of torch being lit, pull out of torch bearer passing torch to unidentified official
2. Spectators cheering, waving flags
3. Close-up of woman cheering, stickers with Chinese flag on her face
4. Olympic doubles tennis champion Li Ting, receiving torch, zoom in on Li holding up torch
5. Crowd cheering
6. Tracking shot of Li running with torch, spectators cheering in background
7. Wide of wall of Three Gorges Dam
8. Hong Kong singer and actress Karen Mok lighting her torch from previous torch bearer, giving him "high five", pan of Mok running off with torch
9. Mok running with torch, stops to light torch of next bearer
10. Close-up of Mok giving next torch bearer "high five", laughing
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Karen Mok, Hong Kong Actress and Singer:
"It's the most wonderful thing in the world I think, and I think today the fact that we're running right here on the dam, that's like one of the greatest things on Earth and I think this is, this is amazing. And I want the whole world to see how great this Olympics is going to be."
12. Wide of torch relay closing ceremony
13. Spectators waving flags, cheering
14. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Shi Dongbing, Worker, China Yangtze Three Gorges Project Corporation:
"Now that I can see the Three Gorges dam with my own eyes and see the Olympic torch being passed on the dam itself, it makes me feel very proud."
15. Three Gorges Dam, pan to closing ceremony with last torch bearer, Cao Guangjing, deputy general manager of China Yangtze Three Gorges Project Corporation, running on stage with torch
The Olympic torch on Sunday arrived in Yichang - home to the world's largest dam.
Thousands of spectators jostled to catch a glimpse of the torch as it made its way across the city towards the Three Gorges Dam as part of its tour of central China's Hubei province.
The relay was opened by Olympic doubles tennis champion Li Ting.
Several others were given the opportunity to carry the torch, including Hong Kong actress and singer Karen Mok.
She was amongst the few who actually carried the flame across the dam, an experience she described as "the most wonderful thing in the world".
"The fact that we're running right here on the dam, that's one of the greatest things on Earth and I think this is amazing. I want the whole world to see how great this Olympics is going to be," she told AP Television.
The five-hour-long relay ended with a closing ceremony near the dam attended by hundreds of spectators, including many workers involved in the construction of the dam.
"Now that I can see the Three Gorges dam with my own eyes and see the Olympic torch being passed on the dam itself, it makes me feel very proud," one of them told AP Television.
Cao Guangjing, who is the deputy general manager of the China Yangtze Three Gorges Project Corporation, was given the honour of finishing the Yichang leg of Hubei relay.
The Three Gorges Dam, which uses the power of the Yangtze River, is the world's largest hydroelectric scheme.
When fully on line next year, the 22 (b) billion US dollar project will provide enough power to light the equivalent of San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento combined.
But the dam has been widely criticised for its adverse impact on the surrounding environment.
Critics have attributed landslides and the submergence of nearby low lying villages to the construction of the dam.
The Olympic flame is next scheduled to arrive in Jingzhou, the last leg of the Hubei relay.