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High-speed rail is the “It” transportation during the Chinese New Year travel surge

Chinese high-speed trains are steadier than ever.

Chinese New Year starts next week — meaning that the notorious travel surge that’s related to the holiday will begin, too. In the old days, people had to fight for a standing ticket on trains that were loud and slow. Nowadays, the high-speed rail has become popular because of its speed and comfort. You can even stand a coin or a ticket on the windowsill and they won’t fall down!

Covering most major and minor cities in the country, the Chinese high-speed railway network is very well developed.

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Lan Lin

Lan comes from Foshan, a small southern city in China. She went to University of California, Irvine and is currently studying at NYU's grad school.