Pre114I’m not saying China is perfect, but you can see that China’s infrastructure is clearly decades ahead of India.
lukebccbNotice reporter when in india wears very “baggy clothing” to hide the female body SHAPE IN india…… but in China the same reporter is wearing TIGHTER clothing that SHOWS THE FEMALE BODY SHAPE…….
Donald XYIndia’s population is extremely young at the moment, they have huge potential to modernize their infrastructure. All they need is a smart leader and determination.
Our India’s whole system should be changed. I have been Beijing & Shanghai last year. I too traveled myself in the bullet train G 13 Starts from Beijing south at 10 AM . Around 4 hours 50 minutes i reached shanghai station. Myself too felt like travelling in Aeroplane. For India it will take 100 more years to get Bullet train all over India. Sorry to say this.
singh jasbeerGreat story, very valuable. She covered the most crucial aspect of train which bothers me a lot that’s stability. In Indian railways it’s really difficult to stand still while the train moves and she displayed the difference between India’s fastest Shatabdi (Bhopal Shatabdi) and China’s bullet train when it comes to this aspect by showing the batteries and their position. It was superb and stunning Railway stations. have o say that India stands nowhere, but yet I love it. JAI HIND
LilyMyLolitaCome on, Indians! Now that you’ve seen faster and cleaner trains, start to build your own ones.10 years ago Japan’s trains are also many times faster and cleaner than China’s. Same situation here.
hkgloryVery simple, the differences in mentality and attitude have made this contrast.
young1102I have just came back from China and took the bullet train from Shanghai to Beijing, it was awesome and the price is very affordable to everyone (the train was about 90% occupied), and I wish we would have bullet train in Malaysia as soon as possible.