High-speed trains to go even faster

High-speed trains to go even faster Workers check Fuxing bullet trains in the assembly workshop of CRRC Qingdao Sifang Co in Qingdao, Shandong province, in June.  Operator taps cutting-edge tech to improve passengers’ experience China’s high-speed railway system is setting more ambitious goals for domestically developed Fuxing bullet trains, Lu Dongfu, head of the national…

Lai backs co-location as ‘only way’

Former security chief demolishes arguments against arrangement for joint boundary control at West Kowloon Co-location of boundary control facilities by Hong Kong and mainland authorities inside the West Kowloon Station is the “right and only” way to connect the city to the nation’s high-speed rail network, says Lai Tung-kwok. The former Hong Kong Special Administrative…

Policy digest

Inspection results on govt websites released The State Council, China’s Cabinet, released the results of checks on governmental websites across the country in the first quarter, according to a notice released on Wednesday. Results showed that 95 percent of 303 governmental websites, which were inspected by the General Office of the State Council, met standards.…

Cross-border e-commerce conference opens in Central China

Cross-border e-commerce conference opens in Central China ZHENGZHOU – The second Global Cross-border E-commerce Conference opened Thursday in Zhengzhou, capital of Central China’s Henan province.   Highlighting cross-border e-commerce’s role in world trade, the two-day conference will have panel discussions on quality oversight, regulatory innovation as well as standards and rules in the sector.  …