Anyone who has boarded an airplane in the last 20 years knows what stands between arrival at the terminal and waiting at the gate: shoes off, laptops out, water bottles emptied …. In China, similar checkpoints also await railway...
Jul 26, 2014
According to a state media report, China plans to construct two railway lines in Tibet that will...
Mar 14, 2014
At Foreign Policy, author of Train: Riding the Rails That Created the Modern World — From...
Feb 25, 2014
At the New York Times’ Sinosphere blog, China correspondent Edward Wong reflects on his...
Apr 29, 2008
From AP: China rebounded quickly from its deadliest train accident in a decade, announcing that speeding was to blame for the collision that killed at least 70 people and reopening the railway after little more than a day....
Dec 3, 2007
From BBC News: Shares in China’s state-owned railway builder made a strong debut in Shanghai – calming fears after weak debuts by other Chinese companies. China Railway stocks surged 68.54% after a flotation which raised about 22.4bn yuan (¬£1.5bn) for the firm. There had been some worries about its debut after the truck maker Sinotruk’s […]
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