The G7 Fuxing bullet train prepares to head for Shanghai at the Beijing South Railway Station on July 1, 2018. Photo: Xinhua

China’s high-speed rail network has been low speed in adoption – but that’s set to change

  • In just over a decade, China has created the world’s largest high-speed rail network
  • Now passenger use is expected to catch up due to rapid industrialisation, wanderlust and rising incomes
Topic |   Hong Kong high-speed rail

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The G7 Fuxing bullet train prepares to head for Shanghai at the Beijing South Railway Station on July 1, 2018. Photo: Xinhua
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Louise Moon

Louise Moon

Louise Moon joined the Post in 2017 and is a reporter on the Business desk. She has a master's in Mandarin from Edinburgh University and a master's in journalism from City University, London. Originally from the UK, she spent her teenage years growing up in Hong Kong which sparked her interest in China.