- published: 18 Oct 2013
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http://www.modelbuildings.org Watch this quick 5 minute trip on the high speed bullet train from Beijing to Hangzhou in China which took just 5 hours 39 minutes. The high speed train averaged 302kph. Then by bullet train from Hangzhou to Shanghai in China which took only an hour. Very comfortable and reliable. A fascinating journey well worth taking if you can. Enjoy!
Jin Hua, Korean, is a BBQ restaurant owner who has lived in Hangzhou for 7 years. What does Hangzhou look like in eyes of Jin? SOUNDBITE (Chinese): Jin Hua, Korean living in Hangzhou "Hangzhou gives me an impression that it is a leisure city. It also has cultural heritage. People enjoy slow-paced lifestyles here." But it is also a city developing fast and a city of modernization. Growth and preservation are equally important. SOUNDBITE (Chinese): Jin Hua, Korean living in Hangzhou "Hangzhou is a city which boasts long history and rich culture in the past. Now I think it is a city which combines culture and modernization. Such a city is one of the best in China." Jin aims high to have his own company. He believes upcoming G20 Summit will bring more opportunities.
My 3rd ride on Chinese bullet train
Pac-12 Networks basketball analyst Bill Walton talks about his experience traveling on Shanghai–Hangzhou High-Speed Railway Tuesday ahead of the 2016 Pac-12 China Game on Friday in Shanghai, China. See more at: http://pac-12.com/mens-basketball/china-game
Follow me on Insta: http://bit.ly/2c5ojch And subscribe to my channel here: http://bit.ly/2cCy2ub China bullet train full speed noodle tour! This is my video blog of my experience riding the Chinese high speed rail from Chengdu to Wuhan solely to eat a bowl of noodles. In China, high speed rail/ the China bullet train has lines from all major cities, including Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Xi'an, and most others. I made the trip during the Chinese national holiday "Golden week" to Wuhan because I've had numerous comments on my videos lately recommending me to go to Wuhan to try the reganmian 热干面 "hot dry noodles". So I purchased my train tickets online, and made my way to the Chengdu east railway station anticipating the great noodles that lay ahead! The max speed for the Chinese Bullet ...