World’s highest bridge opens to traffic in southwest China

Guizhou Province in southwest China is already home to seven of the 10 highest bridges in the country. And the Beipanjiang Bridge, the world’s highest, has just opened to traffic. Clearly with a good head for heights, CCTV’s Liu Yang visited this latest example of how Chinese engineering now ranks among the best in the world.

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One Response to World’s highest bridge opens to traffic in southwest China

  1. alfy says:

    Depressing to see that stereotyped and irrelevant hand gestures have also caught on among Chinese presenters. I liked the bridge, though. Driving over it would certainly set the cremasteric reflexes going.

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