China Train Guide
Train Station Guide
|Beijing South Railway Station||Beijing Railway Station||Beijing West Railway Station|
|Shanghai South Railway Station||Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station||Shanghai Railway Station|
|Guangzhou South Railway Station||Shenzhen North Railway Station||Guangzhou Railway Station|
|Hangzhou Railway Station||Yiwu Railway Station||Ningbo Railway Station|
|Changsha SouthRailway Station||Zhangjiajie Railway Station||Zhangjiajie West Railway Station|
|Guilin Raiway Station||Guilin North Railway Station||Guilin West Railway Station||Yangshuo Railway Station|
Top Train News
As the coronavirus outbreak in China is getting well under control now, more and more Chinese trains start to operate. China Railway has taken some effective measures to protect passengers from the novel coronavirus. Train tickets are sold by scattered seats rather than connected seats, standing tickets are not available. All the passengers will be measured temperature when check in at any station. Also railway stations and train carriages will be sterilized every day.April,9,2020
Due to the serious coronavirus pandemic, Wuhan have lockdown the whole city since January 23. But from 0:00 am April 8 on, all the 17 train stations in the Wuhan area reopen and provide the departure services for passengers. Which Including Wuhan, Hankou, Wuchang, Nanhu East, Tangxunhu, Miaoshan, Pu ' an, Zhifang East, Houhu, Jinyintan, Tianhe Airport and so on. It is reported that about 55,000 passengers are departing from Wuhan on April 8 and there are more than 270 trains departing from the city to Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Fuzhou and Nanning. Passengers need to be checked temperature while into the station and required to wear masks throughout the journey. The facility on train still needs to be sterilized.March,25,2020
Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day or, literally,‘Pure Brightness’Festival in English, is a traditional Chinese festival and an important day for most people. People usually go to sweep tombs and commemorate their ancestors during the holiday. It falls on April 4. this year, the same day as Easter.April 2, 2021
On May 1, 1920, the masses of workers in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and other cities took to the streets and held a huge demonstration and assembly. After the founding of new China, China in 1949 ruled May 1st as the legal Labor Day.April 9, 2021
Dragon Boat Festival, also known asDuanwu Festival, is one of the four traditional and important celebration in China.Dragon boat racing and eating Zongzi are the central customs of the festival.April 27, 2021
Totally there are about 100 thousand of Chinese characters existed. However, only about a thousand characters are frequently used in daily life. Here we list the top 20 characters, with simple strokes, that are the most common to use in China. More phrases and sentences will help you understand the characters better.
The history of Chinese New Year’s tradition has more than 4,000 years, and it is the most important traditional festival in China. Here we will share some useful phrase about how to say “Happy New Year”and some popular Chinese New Year Greetings for you. Don’t hesitate to say that to express your joy and love to your family and friends!.
The four basic knowledges listed here will help Chinese beginners to better start speaking, reading, and writing Chinese. Including pinyin, tones, grammers, and characters, Chinese beginners will walk into the world of Chinese quickly.
The 5 main differences between Chinese and English will enable the beginners to start learing Chinese easier. Understanding the differences helps to transfer from an English speakers to a Chinese speaker.
The Chinese is known as one of the most difficult languages to learn all over world. When you asked a guy who has been learning Chinese for months, how hard is learning Chinese? He will tell you it is not hard, but EXTREMELY HARD! Let's see how learning Chinese drives them crazy.
Both Chinese and Western people like to say thank you, if you say thank you to those who have helped you, he will feel happy. We provided the perfect translation and pronunciation so that you can learn the most common ways of saying "thank you" in Chinese.
In China, you may encounter situations where you helped someone and they said thanks to you. There are many ways to say "thank you" in Chinese, and also there are just as many ways to say "you're welcome." Do you know how to reply it?
In Chinese, the standard greeting HELLO 你好 (nǐ hǎo) can be used at any time of the day or night. But like nearly all cultures do, there are different Chinese greetings for a number of occasions, determined by the different times of day.
Food on Train
From July 2017, passengers who take the high-speed train can order take-out on 12306.cn, is it good news? No longer need to eat instant noodles now! The following we would like to introduce how to order take-out on 12306.cn if you will take the high-speed train in China.
In addition to the boxed lunch set by the high-speed railway catering company, the takeout restaurants at the station mainly include KFC, Dicos, Yonghe Soybean Milk and other fast food. Some stations provide takeout snacks with local and special foods.April 28, 2021
On China trains, you can buy food and beverages on trains from dining cars, food trolleys, or even order a take out. Find out more here.April 30, 2021
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