China's coldest winter, China's tennis winner, the world's longest subway, the world's auto-manufacturing gateway.
The state-run, English-language China Daily reported Friday that about 1,000 ships were stuck in ice in Laizhou Bay in eastern China's Bohai Sea.
Winter hasn't fully arrived in Shenzhen. Guess most of the cold is being deposited farther north.
Chinese star Li Na captured her seventh career title and second on home soil when she beat Klara Zakopalova of the Czech Republic 6-3, 1-6, 7-5 on Saturday in the Shenzhen Open final.
China on Saturday came out with a new policy to boost usage of public transport, days after the capital, Beijing, put into operation four subway lines — with a combined length of 70 km — whose addition makes the sprawling 16-line Beijing subway system the world’s longest.
The extended Line 10 is a monster. It might not be the most condensed metro system in the world, but boy is it long.
Financial Times reports China may build more vehicles than
Europe next year for the first time in the history of the automotive industry. All told, manufacturers in China are projected to produce 19.6 million light vehicles this year compared to the 18.3 million slated to be built in Europe.