Videos about Wuhan, China

WuHan city night walk, HuBei province

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A fun trip to WuHan, HuBei province

With Busola Deborah ...

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Indeed - happiness is a choice. Why would one not be extremely grateful to be alive, and live with passion ? Dance, smile, laugh ! Good vibes resonate around the world.

PS : wonder why you never ever see real China on Western MSM ? ; )

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Walking WuHan in the evening

HuBei province.

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YT comment : "I'm from Australia. Wuhan looks beautiful. Thanks for showing me what Wuhan really looks like. Our media can't afford to show China without a dystopian filter. The more our media and US media keep attacking China, the more convinced I am that China is doing something right for itself and the more compelled I am to visit this beautiful country. Thanks again for your video!"

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Night walk in WuHan, capital of HuBei province

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WuHan 武汉, November 2020

The city in HuBei province and its people after the coronavirus.

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WuHan after the coronavirus – documentary

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WuHan 武汉 travelogue, provincial capital of HuBei

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This is WuHan 武汉 !

Provincial capital of HuBei province, central China ...

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Rail link begins with world’s fastest train (~400 km/hr)

China on Saturday (26th December 2009) unveiled what it billed as the fastest rail link in the world -- a train connecting the modern cities of GuangZhou and WuHan at an average speed of 350 kilometres (217 miles) an hour.

The super-high-speed train reduces the 1,069 kilometre journey to a three hour ride and cuts the previous journey time by more than seven and a half hours, the official Xinhua news agency said.

Work on the project began in 2005 as part of plans to expand a high-speed network aimed at eventually linking Guangzhou, a business hub in southern China near Hong Kong, with the capital Beijing, Xinhua added.

"The train can go 394.2 kilometres per hour (245 mph), it's the fastest train in operation in the world," Zhang Shuguang, head of the transport bureau at the railways ministry, told Xinhua.

Over the next few years, 42 new high speed lines will be opened, totalling 13,000km.

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See how even a cigarette balanced on its end stays upright on this super-smooth ride (video):

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A beautiful guide to WuHan 武汉

WuHan is the provincial capital of HuBei province in central-east China.

Welcome to WuHan ...

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Onboard the GuangZhou to WuHan express train

Video : China : Onboard the GuangZhou to WuHan express train

1000 km in about 3 hours ... These smooth, quiet, electric trains run at about 340 km / hr.

The new super-fast train from Wuhan to GuangZhou

Video : China : The new super-fast train from Wuhan to GuangZhou

The new Wuhan-Guangzhou train service travels at an average speed of 217 miles per hour and covers the 660 miles between Wuhan and Guangzhou in just three hours. The journey previously took almost 11 hours. The Harmony Express is just the first step of an epic £480 billion project to build nearly 19,000 miles of new railways in the next five years, 8,000 miles of which will be tracks for high-speed trains. The high speed train routes to be rolled out during this Year of the Tiger, and in the two years that follow, will dramatically shrink the country, spreading economic development to the countryside. Aboard the Harmony Express, and at Wuhan's brand new £1.5 billion French-designed railway station, everything is spotless. For some, it is one of the most visible signs of how far China has come. By 2012 the train, which runs from the central hub of Wuhan to the capital of China's manufacturing, Guangzhou, will extend all the way to Beijing, allowing passengers to zip from one end of China to the other in under eight hours. The new trains leave 29 times a day for Wuhan from a gargantuan train station on the outskirts of Guangzhou that opened on Jan. 30. With soaring steel girders, white walls and enormous skylights far overhead, the station, Asia’s largest, resembles a major airport. The Wuhan-Guangzhou line cost $17 billion (116.6 billion renminbi); it has so many tunnels through mountains that at times it feels like a subway. By 2012 China will have 3,000 miles of 215mph track (freeing normal rails for freight), whereas the US will have 84 miles of 186mph track, by 2014.

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