Still in the works: more nuclear power plants, a gargantuan project to pump river water from the fertile south to the arid north, and a $32.5 billion, 820-mile (1,300-kilometer) Beijing-to-Shanghai high-speed railway that is scheduled to open in 2012."We are now much faster," Railway Ministry spokesman Wang Yongping.
The train will cruise at a top speed of 220 mph (350 kph), making the 125-mile (200-kilometer) trip in 45 minutes.
China already has the world's longest high-speed rail network and aims to more than double its length to 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) by 2020.
malaysia also can have the bullet train like china. if we have desire to be more success in the world.
i really hope that malaysia also can be like them instead of being a modern country in 2020