As British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday touched down in Wuhan to start her three-day visit in China, the city's workers had just completed an engineering task that would be unimaginable to the West.
They managed to build a massive motorway in the middle of the city and above China's busiest railway line - without interrupting any traffic.
Part of the Changqing Road Overpass, in downtown Wuhan, was rotated for nearly 90 degrees during the wee hours to connect with the other parts of the flyover located at either side of the railway.
Workers first built the section of the flyover parallel to the railway lines and then rotate the structure which weighs a whopping 8,800 tonnes.
MileHigh, Denver, United States, 1 day ago
Interesting, but it hardly looks necessary.
veltonmeade, Boston, United States, 1 day ago
Hey Chinese, please come to Michigan and teach our political buffoons how to make roads and bridges.