The incredible Chinese high-speed rail
Is this a magic trick, or scientific experiment? Well, it's maybe a bit of both. All aboard a high-speed train hurtling across the Chinese landscape at speeds up to 300 kilometers an hour!
Innovation flourishing in China, says UBS report
According to the report from Swiss financial firm UBS, China's total research and development investment registered an 18 percent compound average growth rate between 2006 and 2016. If the same momentum is maintained, China will become the world's second largest R&D investor after the United States by 2020, with such investments accounting for 2.5 percent of the total GDP by then.
Wi-Fi is going to be available on all high-speed trains in the future, said Huang Min, the deputy-general manager of China Railway Corporation, the country’s railway operator, on Sunday, according to a report by chinanews.com.
Editor's Note: China is divided into as many culinary regions as there are different ethnic groups. Its geographical diversity and kaleidoscopic cultural profiles contribute to the unending banquet of flavors.
General view of the Yarchen Gar Monastery, known as the Yaqen Orgyan Temple, in Baiyu county, Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture, Southwest China’s Sichuan province, December 13, 2017.
Development of China’s Transport
Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, and especially since the introduction of the reform and opening-up policy in 1978, China’s transport has undergone historic changes, making significant contributions to the country’s social and economic development, and the people’s safe and convenient travel.