Corruption Derails Travel Plans For Many Chinese

From The Los Angeles Times: Railroad tickets are a dangerous business in China. Retired military man Wang Hanlin opened a travel agency here a decade ago, but found that the best seats disappeared no matter how early you tried...

Slideshow: All About Train Tickets

A netizen with the nickname Zeng Guangyong posted some photos taken recently on fengniao.com. These photos illustrate how difficult it is for common people in China to buy train tickets back home for Spring Festival. Zeng...

Video: Guangzhou Train Station Under Control

Thanks Dani for the response to CDT’s previous post Guangzhou Train Station During Spring Festival. Here is the comment and video: Regarding the situation in Guangdong, a photographer and myself have been in front of the...

Slideshow: Golden Week and Passenger Flow

Oct. 1, 2007, marked the 58th National Day of the People’s Republic of China. Three days ago, one of China’s three annual Golden Weeks began and people crowded railway stations for a variety of reasons –...

A China-Size Travel Delay – Edward Cody

From The Washington Post: Heavy snowfall in central China disrupted rail traffic Friday just as millions of Chinese headed home for Spring Festival family reunions, stranding countless


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