China today unveiled its next generation bullet train 'Fuxing', which boasts a top speed of 400kmh (248mph).
Fuxing, whose name means 'rejuvenation', is the first bullet train designed and manufactured by Chinese engineers without help from the West, according to Chinese state media.
Chinese companies spent just 13 years learning to build world-class high-speed trains after acquiring know-how from leading firms in developed countries, such as Japan, France, Germany and Canada.
langhorne, Whistler, Canada, 34 minutes ago
OOOOOOooooo. Yay. I can't wait for all the DM stories about the foul ups, and break downs of this train. News from China is always so hilarious.
apophis, brighton, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
stolen tech as usual
YR, London, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
brainless, typical troll as usual