HSR powered China, changed Life

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  1. cinoti

    cinoti Tihar Jail Banned

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    Gaojies ( HSR stewardesses) taking care of passengers' children in a playpen, Guangzhou Station.
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    Spacious waiting room, Guangzhou station.
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    One of the control rooms of Beijing-Guangzhou HSR.
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    engineers test the training before operation
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    a HSR running through a Beijing District
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    West Station, Beijing
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    A HSR running through a South China country field.
     
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    a HSR coming out of a tunnel and running on an elevated bridge.
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    Tianxingzhou Super Bridge in Hubei.
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    Nanshuihe Super Bridge
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    South Station, Guangzhou
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    A Lead Stewardesses
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    Tingsi River Bridge
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    Ultra modern feel of a sunset view in a marshalling station, Zhengzhou
     
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    The HSR network is not nearly 1/3 or even 1/4 done yet。

    Way to go。
     
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    Xiamen-Shenzhen high-speed railway to be operational by year's end

    Updated: 19 Feb 2013

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    Following the Longyan-Xiamen Railway and Fuzhou-Xiamen Railway, the Xiamen-Shenzhen Railway, another important section of the coastal railway artery in China, is expected to be operational by the end of 2013.

    According to relevant departments, the construction of the long-awaited Xiamen-Shenzhen high-speed railway is, against all the odds, moving forward smoothly and trial runs are expected by this September.

    The 502.4km-long rail line will link 2 special economic zones in China, Xiamen and Shenzhen, starting from Xiamen North Station (厦门北站), running though Zhangzhou (漳州) where it will join the Longyan-Xiamen Railway line, before calling at Chaozhou (潮州), Shantou (汕头), Puning (普宁), Shanwei (汕尾), Huizhou (惠州) and finally Shenzhen North Railway Station (深圳北站).

    With a designed speed of 250 kilometres per hour, the travel time from Xiamen to Shenzhen by train will be shortened to 3 or 4 hours from the current 11 hours upon its opening.

    Xiamen is poised to become an emerging railway hub which integrates 3 high-speed railways in China's southeast coast.

    Xiamen-Shenzhen high-speed railway to be operational by year's end - What's On Xiamen
     
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    Awesome pics and great work by china.
    I am sure it must have changed the life of common man in drastic ways.
     
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    February 20, 10:42 am

    China railway invests 21 bln yuan in Jan, up 70.9 pct

    According to data released by the Ministry of Railways on February 16, railway sector fixed-asset investment for January 2013 was 21 billion yuan, remarkably up 70.9 percent year-on-year (YoY). Of the total investment, 14.2 billion yuan was invested in railway infrastructure, up 62.3 percent YoY.

    Market participants believe the achievement of the 650 billion yuan investment target for 2013 can be anticipated.
     
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  8. Armand2REP

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    HSR powered China ended these lives...

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    Then they try to bury the evidence! :shocked:

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  9. Illusive

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    Images have highly saturated colours. Chinese try hard to project good image of China, good for them.
     

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