Health-promoting bullet train in action
China's first bullet train committed to disseminating health knowledge left Nanning East Railway Station for its maiden run on Dec 13. Various health-related activities will be held inside the train next year.
China's first bullet train committed to teaching people about health leaves Nanning East Railway Station for its maiden run on Dec 13. [Photo/gx.people.cn]
The train contains 613 seats in eight carriages and runs for 12 hours every day. Promotional slogans and posters can be found everywhere inside the train, including door windows, display panels, and fold-away tables in front of seats. Televisions also broadcast videos related to national action plans and public health service projects.
The fold-away tables behind seats feature promotional slogans. [Photo/gx.people.cn]
The train will help Guangxi raise health awareness among the masses as more than 1.36 million citizens are expected to ride it every year.
Baggage compartments inside the train feature promotional posters about HIV prevention. [Photo/gx.people.cn]