Hong Kong opens first bullet train link with mainland China

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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam boards Hong Kong’s first bullet train bound for Guangzhou South station.


(Video: Reuters, APTN)

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It would be great if we we're doing things like this in America instead of giving the Uber rich tax breaks. Trump should have done infrastructure day 1 instead he stuffed his friends pockets

Author — A Dancer

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Meanwhile in the good ol US of A, another train just derailed in Iowa.

Author — gocolago33

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The more I look at the more upset I get. How come a communist country can do things better, and more efficiently, than those countries that put "democracy" on the lips everyday? How long will take to get the LA to SF High Speed Railway done?

Author — Willie Yuan

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Amazing, US can't get 1 mile built all they ever do is talk about doing. My newspaper today still talking about building. Have to do more million dollar studies first.

Author — Michael Horton

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©™ TMALX Transnational 🌏 Militant💥 Armed🔫Liberation⛓ Xecutive🕶 Observation ✍ ✍

Xi Jinping right Man right time 👍

Author — ALX Armed Liberation Xecutive

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Lucky HK citizens to enjoy modern HSR which their colonial British master don't even have it in UK

Author — Case Yap

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Hong Kong is my favorite city in Asia!

Author — Los Angels

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Chinese occupies more than 60% of high speed rail on this planet

Author — John O

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The business of China is to help the Hong Kong people . Chinese have never waged wars unless they were legitimate .

Author — Absolute Nice

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Hong Kong peoples are happy riding first bullet train straight to mainland and don’t have to changing another train.

Author — Henry Long

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This could be expanded and make China an easier place to navigate.

Author — illiam Christian

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French train...the best in the west!!!

Author — fatboy. 0

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Over US$11 billion for 26km, most expensive in the world. This is one way which China is legally siphoning money out of the Hong Kong Treasury, with overpriced infrastructure projects.

Author — Gator Linebacker