China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

China Wants To Build A Undersea Rail Track From Beijing To USA

Now a days, trains have become not only a vital way of transportation in inter-city, but also for international journey. Lately, it’s been reported that China wants to build a rail track from Beijing to USA. The train would travel at a speed of about 217 mph and the trip from China to U.S. would take less than two days.

By On May 11, 2014 Respond
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Hitachi Will Build The World’s Fastest Lift In Southern China

Hitachi Will Build The World’s Fastest Lift In Southern China

With higher skyscrapers comes the need to travel in a faster lift. Hitachi aims to fulfill this need by creating the world’s fastest lift for a skyscraper in Guangzhou, China. This lift’s speeds will go as high as 72 km/h.

By On April 24, 2014 Respond
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Apple Goes On Hiring Spree, Creates New Teams In China And Taiwan

Apple Goes On Hiring Spree, Creates New Teams In China And Taiwan

Apple is significantly expanding its employment footprint oversea. The company has been aggressively hiring hundreds of new employees in China and Taiwan, bringing together two new Apple teams at both locations.

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Internet Companies Are Radically Changing China’s Financial Sector

Internet Companies Are Radically Changing China’s Financial Sector

China has a generally restrictive financial system but thanks to China-based internet giants such as Alibaba, the country’s financial sector is now undergoing a huge change.

By On March 2, 2014 Respond
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Environmental Issues Get Serious, Chinese Smog Likened To ‘Nuclear Winter’

Environmental Issues Get Serious, Chinese Smog Likened To ‘Nuclear Winter’

Despite countless years of research on increasing pollution, environmental issues remain at a low priority globally. A thick layer of smog has blanketed numerous Chinese regions for weeks now, and scientists are now likening it to ‘nuclear winter.’

By On February 28, 2014 Respond
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US Bans Commercial Imports And Exports Of Elephant Ivory

US Bans Commercial Imports And Exports Of Elephant Ivory

Elephant ivory is the key reason why countless elephants are poached around the globe each year. In an effort to curb this, US government has now banned nearly all commercial imports and exports of elephant ivory.

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China Begins To Televise The Sunrise On TV Due To Smog

China Begins To Televise The Sunrise On TV Due To Smog

At present, the smog in Beijing has become so thick that citizens of a city can’t even view a natural sunrise. Therefore, the Chinese capital has now placed massive digital commercial TVs across the city that display virtual sunrises!

By On January 21, 2014 Respond
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Asia’s Richest Man Decides To Invest In BitPay

Asia’s Richest Man Decides To Invest In BitPay

For one whole month, the Bitcoin community has been getting one bad news after another. Here are finally some good news: Asia’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, has decided to invest in Bitpay, a service that uses Bitcoin.

By On December 28, 2013 Respond
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Awesome Chinese Concept Train Never Stops At Any Stations

Awesome Chinese Concept Train Never Stops At Any Stations

Modern-day trains are all about speed and timeliness. So a new concept video from China now envisions a train which never stops to pick or drop passengers. Rather, it simply relies on attachable compartments to do so.

By On December 23, 2013 Respond
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NASA’s Moon Probes Observing China’s First Lunar Lander Chang’e 3

NASA’s Moon Probes Observing China’s First Lunar Lander Chang’e 3

Before China sent its first unmanned spacecraft Chang’e 3 to the Moon, NASA had already sent few probes for different purposes. As Chang’e 3 is now exploring the Moon, all NASA’s probes are keeping a sharp eye on Chang’e 3.

By On December 19, 2013 Respond
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China’s First Moon Rover Jade Rabbit Exploring Moon, Taking Photos

China’s First Moon Rover Jade Rabbit Exploring Moon, Taking Photos

We reported yesterday that China’s first unmanned spacecraft Chang’e-3 that includes a lander and a moon rover called “Yutu” (Jade Rabbit) successfully landed on the Moon. In fact, it is the first soft-landing on the Moon by any spacecraft in 37 years. However, since landing, the Jade Rabbit rover has already reportedly sent over 4600 images back to Earth.

By On December 16, 2013 Respond
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Chinese Hackers Spyied On European Diplomats During G20 Meetings Using Malware

Chinese Hackers Spyied On European Diplomats During G20 Meetings Using Malware

Chinese hackers have earned a notorious reputation over the years, hacking into the machines of countless organizations. Now, a report from FireEye reveals that hackers based in China were able to access the computers of European diplomats during G20 meetings.

By On December 15, 2013 Respond
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China’s First Unmanned Spacecraft Chang’e-3 Successfully Lands On Moon

China’s First Unmanned Spacecraft Chang’e-3 Successfully Lands On Moon

Earlier this month, China launched its very first unmanned spacecraft Chang’e-3 to the Moon. The good news is this Saturday, this unmanned spacecraft successfully landed on the Moon.

By On December 15, 2013 Respond
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China Sends Its First Rover To The Moon

China Sends Its First Rover To The Moon

Sending rovers and manned missions to the moon was fairly popular back in ’70s when Russia and US were pitted against each other in a space race. China seems to be reviving the tradition now by sending out it’s first rover bound for Moon.

By On December 3, 2013 Respond
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Nokia Workers In China Strike Over Deal With Microsoft

Nokia Workers In China Strike Over Deal With Microsoft

Nokia has been working with Microsoft for quite some time, creating flagship Windows Phone handsets for Microsoft’s mobile platform. Recently, Microsoft purchased Nokia’s mobile phone business. This has prompted strikes among Nokia’s workers in China who have accused the company of offering them weaker packages as a result of the deal.

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