Chinese Train Ride Guangzhou to Hong Kong – Guangzhou Video

Video of a train ride from my recent trip to China– this was the “high speed” train from Guangzhou to Hong Kong. Midway through the video you can see the DMZ with fences, cameras, and security checkpoints between mainland China and Hong Kong.

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  1. ouh my God…I use to get this train every year !!! 1 hour 30 min..gz –>> lo hu

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  2. DMZ is for the border between the North and South Korea

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  3. 廣州到香港之間以經沒有(綠)地

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  4. I took the 24 hour train from HK to Beijing and back… most boring journey EVER xD

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  5. very nice, pleasure ride

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  6. It is not DMZ. It is border control. Must have passport and vista to cross it.

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  7. that is enough mental illness coming from you for one day. It’s time to take your medications. I know you’re a loner, loser, psycho, unemployed Taiwanese Sicko of YouTube who dreams about having anal sex with Jap homos. #LOL

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  8. @grikes3838 FYI : @DemocracynowChina (aka, Taiwanese Chink SHIT-EATER) is an illegitimate fucktard from a Taiwanese pigskin mother who was fucked by a French loser. No wonder he is so insane beyond cure, due to gene mutation at his birth. #LOL

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  9. Attention ►►► The yellow bitch @DemocracynowChina (aka, Taiwanese Chink SHIT-EATER) has 100+ “pedophile” troll accounts, these are hidden because she is a yellow troll bitch pedophile, they are @BootyShortaay8392 and @fortunesinf[1,2,3,…50], nothing but the same kind of retarded posts that target children, that Taiwanese Chink SHIT-EATER posts #LOL

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  10. Saying the word CIA anytime CCP do something bad is not an argument, in FACT it`s running away from the TRUTH and blaming it on OTHERS

    You CCP THUGS are good at it:

    We have a bad image, so let`s invent lies and blame it on CIA

    ROFLMAO, so predictable 🙂

    So you CCP corrupt official`s spoiled son that is a net commentator will probably call me a CIA agent ROFLMAO

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  11.  It was very wise of him to do so.

    You mean making 50-80 M peole die, are you fucking kidding me? 🙂

    ROFLMAO

    NOw that was a stuipd comment, can you come up with something better than this? 🙂

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  12. China needs a JASMINE REVOLUTION, the Chinese CRIMINAL Party are the biggest horrible assassins of Humanity

    Egypt 2011 = China 2012 🙂

    Long live Freedom and Democracy in China and Tibet :)

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  13. come back next year and try the high speed train..they say its 30 mins…Ive tried it from Guangzhou east to Wuhan..its fast…and comfy…

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  14. I love China!

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  15. at :19 - :20 was that an old EMD GP?

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  16. I been on that train last year. I think they oversold tickets though. I see alot of standing passengers or those tickets are alot cheaper. What makes it interesting was there is one white guy standing that seems so out of place. The whole ride was 2 hrs I think

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  17. Yes, I have been to the boonies in China. Life is harsh but at least people there have hope of social mobility unlike in India where there are a lot more culture and social limitations. If you compare the level of poverty between China and India, you can definitely say Chinese poor are a lot better off with regards to clothing, shelter, sanitation and health care. Chinese poor are getting jobs through public works projects unlike the growing young uneducated generation in India.

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  18. Interesting video. Nice to see a CRH in operation. You must have combined multiple sources, as you show some from the train and others of the train in the same general location. BTW, you shouldn’t really refer to a “DMZ” between SAR Hong Kong and mainland China. Both are parts of China, and the PLA is the military for both. It is true that it is still operated as if it were an international border, with separate passport and visa control and the security features you mention.

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  19. The Chinese Government plans to build 40 dedicated high-speed rail lines by 2015. Quite an undertaking !!

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