At the beginning of the 21st century China had no high-speed railways.

No fewer than 37,900 kilometers (about 23,500 miles) of lines crisscross the country, linking all of its major mega-city clusters, and all have been completed since 2008.

Past, present and future: The evolution of China's incredible high-speed rail network

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Tibet's first bullet train

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Why The US Has No High-Speed Rail

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A maglev bullet train that

A maglev bullet train that can reach speeds of 600 kilometers per hour (373 miles per hour) has made its debut in Qingdao, China.

China debuts world's fastest train

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