China's Future MEGAPROJECTS (2016-2050's)

  • Published on Feb 9, 2016
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Comments • 3 353

  • Benj
    Benj Day ago


  • 团 陈
    团 陈 Day ago


  • Dave
    Dave Day ago

    make the see water become drinkable!

  • k krishnan
    k krishnan Day ago

    China is moving super fast. America and the West simply cant accept it.

  • 00 le petit PD
    00 le petit PD Day ago

    China sees a problem, the government fixes it.
    USA sees a problem, both political sides fight over it until no one remembers what the problem was..

  • Freeman Lee
    Freeman Lee Day ago

    When we were the sick man of Asia, we were called the yellow peril.   
    When we are billed to be the next superpower, we are called the threat.   
    When we closed our doors, you smuggled drugs to open markets.   
    When we embrace free trade, you blame us for taking away your jobs.   
    When we were falling apart, you marched in your troops and wanted your fair share.
    When we tried to put the broken pieces back together again, free Tibet you screamed, It was an invasion!   
    When tried communism, you hated us for being communist.   
    When we embrace capitalism, you hate us for being capitalist.   
    When we have a billion people, you said we were destroying the planet.   
    When we tried limiting our numbers, you said we abused human rights.   
    When we were poor, you thought we were dogs.   
    When we loan you cash, you blame us for your national debts.   
    When we build our industries, you call us polluters.  
    When we sell you goods, you blame us for global warming.   
    When we buy oil, you call it exploitation and genocide.   
    When you go to war for oil, you call it liberation.   
    When we were lost in chaos and rampage, you demanded rules of law.   
    When we uphold law and order against violence, you call it violating human rights.   
    When we were silent, you said you wanted us to have free speech.   
    When we are silent no more, you say we are brainwashed-xenophobes.   
    “Why do you hate us so much﹖”we asked.   
    “No,” you answered, “we don't hate you.”   
    We don't hate you either, but, do you understand us?   
    “当然了解”,你说,“我们消息多的是,有 AFP、CNN、还有BBC……”   
    “Of course we do, ”you said, “We have AFP, CNN and BBC's ……”   
    What do you really want from us?   
    回答之前,请仔细的想一想… 因为你的机会不是无限的。   
    Think hard first, then answer, because you only get so many chances.   
    Enough is enough, enough hypocrisy for this one world.   
    We want one world, one dream, and peace on earth.   
    This big blue earth is big enough for all of us.


  • TheRussificator
    TheRussificator 2 days ago

    the US supposed to be an example of how to build economy and behave on the international stage. U.S. failed that mission. the U.S. behaves like a worlds policeman. Putting sanctions everywhere, setting on fire endless "democratization" wars, consealing of islamists who kill people right in their embassys and so on. But keep in mind my american friends - the world tired of you, of your "wise lessons" and "exceptionalism", you were the hope of the world, but now you have become world's heaviest burden. America, please, just go, we no longer need your services, thank you. Just go, bye!

  • William Chao
    William Chao 3 days ago

    China is not doing it right. US is spending trillions of dollars in military to do nation build in other's country. US is a true world peace keeper. China is so selfish. China's real intention to build the reactors is to have as many nukes or 10 times more nukes to become a new world peace keeping force.

  • Grozaaïmid
    Grozaaïmid 3 days ago

    Free Tibet!

  • Haaris Toor
    Haaris Toor 3 days ago +1

    I, for one, am excited for the future. Regardless of what will happen in reality, such ambitious projects will surely serve to progress technology and engineering! Now we have to figure out what to do with the pollution. As of now, we only have one planet possible for average folk to live in-- some are looking towards Mars, but only very wealthy and trained people will be able to live there, if at all. You'll be one of the first to figure it out China (from my knowledge anyways. If someone has already figured something out I'm sure someone will tell me in the comments below). Best of luck!

  • MrBigT
    MrBigT 3 days ago

    honestly, pleasantly surprised.
    This was well balanced.
    VOX, vice and Co, I hope some intern directs you to comments such as mine. You could learn alot.
    Immediate sub, cant wait to learn about Latin America, Africa, Asia etc from this typa voice, as compared to yur vice/VOX etc.
    It always felt like eating a meal you like, but had fell on the floor, so you consuming, but avoiding sand grains, and other bits, - thats how most VOX/Vice videos feel if you not American [and/or Democrat]

  • John Chang
    John Chang 3 days ago

    Too many many people in China......

  • Brandon Drakus
    Brandon Drakus 3 days ago

    So they want real people as in the fake to leave hahah ha ha ha

  • Mighty Dubya
    Mighty Dubya 4 days ago

    do not connect us to russia

  • Joshua Herbert
    Joshua Herbert 4 days ago

    Such mega projetcs are in their blood. I mean 2000 years ago the already built the great wall and the silk road.

  • Kamar G
    Kamar G 6 days ago

    The problem with China is the corruption, their willingness to sacrifice quality to achieve growth, and their tolerance of super pollution. These factor are will always make Japan greater than China ,in my opinion, no matter how much growth it experiences.

  • 阿杰
    阿杰 6 days ago

    great video

  • 阿杰
    阿杰 6 days ago

    We Chinese are treated as bugs by CCP

  • Jimmy Hayat
    Jimmy Hayat 6 days ago

    Love you China and Chinese people
    From Pakistan ❤️ ❤️❤️

  • Dipendra Nath
    Dipendra Nath 6 days ago

    No8 project is already completed!

  • Louis Wu
    Louis Wu 7 days ago

    wow, the hongkong zhuhai bridge mentioned at the end of this vlog now is done.

  • Mystic Dust
    Mystic Dust 7 days ago

    Everyone is saying China was able to do it due to centralization but... what about the USSR in the past? Why didn't they have a large high speed rail network like China? I mean, Japan, Germany, and France, Spain, and other European countries already have or are starting to build a high speed rail network by the 1970's and 1980's. Really makes you wonder if it's only about being centralized. Oh wait, USSR and the USA were too busy spending money on the military to care about infrastructure.

  • Dini SCH.OUTEN
    Dini SCH.OUTEN 7 days ago


  • Jean Monegro
    Jean Monegro 7 days ago

    ive noticed a lot of you people have no idea how life is in the United States... Dont believe everything you read..

  • Alexin Cobra
    Alexin Cobra 7 days ago +2

    This video is just pandering by people who are googly eyed about China's boasting and never had to live in the country and deal with it's problems, first hand. I lived in China 6 years and Beijing for 1 1/2 year. Beijing just evicted thousands of low class, unskilled residents that are from rural provinces that don't have Beijing hukou ID. Those people are the class of workers that keep the streets clean, maintain the buildings, and repair infrastructure. You don't expect the rich or government people to clean, and maintain the streets, do you? I was just there in May, 2018 and Beijing looks like a giant Detroit, with many unfinished construction projects, ruble yards from demolished buildings, abandoned factories, and running old buses, that were made way before 2007, from my first visit to Beijing. Many of my friends their used to be rich enough and live in their own house while owning two kungfu schools. Now he live in one of the kungfu schools with his family. It shows that many residents are falling on hard times economically. I don't think that mega city is going to happen anytime soon.

    • Alexin Cobra
      Alexin Cobra Day ago

      +Haibo Ren I live here, and train here everyday. Have been doing it for 6 years. Something you don't know, the people you meet are not in the government. They don't get to pick their government, genius. The Chinese Communist Party members send their children to a special school for the Communist Party. They are taught something differently than the regular children. Almost all of the leaders and future leaders are all children of party members. It is like a dynasty. Ruling elite keep their family in charge while the masses have no effect on who gets into office. Many of these mega projects are just China bragging and trying to get foreign interested but many of the dreams collapse because the people are not behind it. There are at least over 100 ghost towns in China because of the fake boasting to get investment and money grants from Beijing, but if there is no jobs in that city that people want, those new buildings will stay empty. China has been in a real estate bubble for over 3 years and is headed for disaster. Yet, people think they can afford anther monstrosity of a project?
      I am ex military and a combat veteran. I always think tactical, security, and geopolitical, so don't be surprised when I can pick out bomb targets, or know structural weaknesses in buildings, or know where a gunman could hide and start an ambush. It is not that hard. This how stupid, their government is: They think by posting military bases insides cities, it keeps the populous secure or from uprising. They have bases all inside major cities, mixed with civilian housing. I even ended up staying in an army barracks by accident a long time ago because the army rents out rooms to local civilians sometimes. I am a browned skinned, foreigner who obviously do not look like a local Chinese person but I think the local soldier on duty didn't pay attention and let me through. That makes it easy for spies to get into your facilities with no effort. All they have to do is look Chinese and have a Chinese ID. I know a few Japanese living in China that speaks Chinese better than most Chinese. The Chinese don't even know they are Japanese. Do you know that the first target to bomb during an invasion are military bases? If the bases are mixed in with the civilian homes, it would cause many civilians to die with the soldiers. That is the tactic of coward terrorist, to use the local populous as human shields. You want to still congratulate them?

    • Haibo Ren
      Haibo Ren Day ago

      Alexin Cobra “they are indoctrinated under Mao Zedong way of think” - far from it, every Chinese,or foreigners who live in China even for short term knows it - because that’s obvious fact -if they know what is “Mao’s doctrines“
      What you described about today’s Beijing in the post on top is typical capitalistic phenomenon which happens everywhere on the earth, every one who lives in Beijing will see it but no local resident will connect it to “Mao’s doctrines”. That’s also outcome of “developing”, like those mega projects mentioned in the video clip.
      I don’t feel fun from the imagination of bombing China, but I think war is sometimes a kind of medicine for a corrupted society, no only for China.

    • Alexin Cobra
      Alexin Cobra 2 days ago

      +Haibo Ren The government here is stupid. They are indoctrinated under the Mao Zedong way of thinking, which is an uneducated fool who thought killing all the teachers was a good idea. They don't know good civil engineering. They treat cities like city states and all the land between is rural and full of poor people who farm by hand. All the jobs and infrastructures are concentrated in the cities so people in the country side have no chance of getting wealth. If the country was at war and the cities got bombed, the rest of the country would be without power, and basic technology. It will not be hard to bomb them back into the stone age.

    • Haibo Ren
      Haibo Ren 2 days ago

      Good, this is deep-in observation - the class divergence which will terminate rapid development of China.

  • Lord Sandwich
    Lord Sandwich 8 days ago

    0:41 Yeah right!

  • Massimo Matassa
    Massimo Matassa 9 days ago +1

    Who’s here now that the Hong Kong-Macau bridge is completed?🇨🇳

  • eddie money
    eddie money 10 days ago

    Its clear from the comments that asians do not know about asians better study up on them because your next for elimination after the whites....

  • dick castle
    dick castle 10 days ago

    They're using solar and wind, we're using coal. We're so smart

  • cckadlec
    cckadlec 10 days ago

    I like the amount of research that went into this video and it's very educational, but for all of that and the effort of creating a 20+ minute video, Hebei is not only spelled wrong as "Heibei," but is also pronounced wrong as "hey-bay," whereas the correct pronunciation is quite different: it's "huh-bay," which undercuts the video as a whole, since it's such a basic fact that has been overlooked.

  • Parshan. A
    Parshan. A 11 days ago

    Easy target for nuclear strike.

  • 问尽
    问尽 11 days ago


  • CommanderSanta
    CommanderSanta 12 days ago

    @14:48 - Nuclear power is only controversial to those who are uneducated.

  • Kathy Gu
    Kathy Gu 12 days ago

    JESUS. Beijing Capital Internatinol Airport Opened way before 2008 well at least T3 did but T1 and T2 opened in the 20th Century to ease Conjestion at Beijing Nanyuan Airport.

  • Rawflcounsel76
    Rawflcounsel76 14 days ago

    ........first few seconds "unparalleled " ...yeah I think building "the great wall of China"...........which CAN BE SEEN FORM SPACE, is a pretty HUMONGOUS undertaking!!........ no motorized things of any kind back then, would compare that wall with the Egyptian pyramids!!!

  • nicholas squall
    nicholas squall 14 days ago

    Better spend billions to build bridges and tunnels, than building aircraft carriers,drones and bombs wouldn’t you say?

  • David A
    David A 15 days ago

    Very well laid out and professional production. I learned a lot BUT - Please stop with the Comments about corruption unless you can show a source for such statements. Without that you production is worthless.
    This is now almost 3 years old, and there are many unsubstantiated statements like the corruption ones.
    Any plans for an update?

  • Teemu Tuominen
    Teemu Tuominen 15 days ago

    and here in Finland we're yet to see our 1st skyscraper.

  • Armchair Pundit
    Armchair Pundit 15 days ago

    3:20 That music is from Capsian Report!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Vincent Flores
    Vincent Flores 15 days ago

    I hate Chinese. I live in San Gabriel valley. California. Big Chinese community. They think they do anything they want to. Get them out. Gambling, prostitution, gangs.

  • MarvelExtra
    MarvelExtra 16 days ago

    it looks like central planning does work

  • Ripudaman Verma
    Ripudaman Verma 16 days ago

    21st century is Asian century! West should be prepared for a multipolar world & the decline of its hegemony, power & influence!

  • Glace Féale
    Glace Féale 16 days ago

    13:30 Chinese do not use refrigerators. Just so you now, it does not exist overthere. ( great video btw)

  • Tai Tran
    Tai Tran 17 days ago

    Doing what it does best...propaganda!

  • Sp1nks24
    Sp1nks24 17 days ago

    battlefield music

  • Ramiro Estevez
    Ramiro Estevez 17 days ago

    Unaccuracy 10/10

  • littlepiepie
    littlepiepie 17 days ago

    his pronunciation of Hebei kills me

  • Eddy Vaita
    Eddy Vaita 17 days ago +1

    China is communist dictatorship. Enemy of the free world.

  • sexy korean girl
    sexy korean girl 17 days ago

    jobs jobs jobs

  • oh well get over it
    oh well get over it 18 days ago

    go china!

  • Alice's Husband
    Alice's Husband 18 days ago

    They don’t explain the poorly built buildings and roads even roads from different countries... the pollution.. I say we bomb them

  • Jacobs Travels
    Jacobs Travels 19 days ago

    They forgot to mention China's expansive network of Chinese take-out services on nearly every corner of every city.

  • Infinit 0
    Infinit 0 19 days ago

    You see when people talk about moving away from nuclear energy and places like China and Japan seem like they are lead by the devil because why would you knowingly develop something that is a hazard to the world and do it anyway just like Fukushima they destroyed the Pacific Ocean and lie to the people saying it is safe to return when they know that is a lie. These countries have no respect for life or the life of others too.

    CHILLIN DILLAN 20 days ago


  • Chris Green
    Chris Green 20 days ago

    nuclear is not cleaner than coal, you cannot poison the entire pacific ocean with radioactive material using coal. Nuclear energy has destroyed more wildlife than any climate change. The end.

  • John Markey
    John Markey 20 days ago

    People grossly overestimate the risks of nuclear power. Nuclear is one of the safest forms of energy, and has the least impact on the environment when you factor everything in. Three mile island had statistically insignificant effect on cancer rates and that was in the US where nuclear plants were way better in quality compared to those in the Soviet Union like Chernobyl, which was a death trap. Every time an accident occurs, engineers learn that much more about the potential points of failure, which can be addressed in hundreds of different ways. But everyone loves screaming about nuclear because it's a popular opinion and doesn't require a well informed person to speak their mind and promote bad policy. Everyone who's actually well versed on the subject is far more supportive of the application and further development nuclear power of reactionaries masquerading as environmentalists.

  • Songbo Jiang
    Songbo Jiang 23 days ago

    都给老子说 中国牛逼

  • DA Master
    DA Master 24 days ago

    Chine needs to control their intake , Its not their earth to dry up all its resources like a virus if at least the build quality was good so every new structure would at least last for years.. If they weren't super racist against all countries but they are . The new generation of Chinese are ok but the government is the one that controls what happens. Pollution in out of control and something needs to be done.

  • William Yuen
    William Yuen 24 days ago +1

    I really feel sorry for you folks, there are just too many like you from this comment section that chose to hate China as a way to blind fold yourself from seeing how bad you own country is compare to China. I don't see any sense of superiority from those hateful comments but instead, is just jealousy, despair and resentfulness. Keep up the China bashing and hopefully it help to suppress your severe depression.

  • Abishai Jesh
    Abishai Jesh 24 days ago

    Recipe for a disaster

  • Avaixus
    Avaixus 24 days ago

    Don't expect these to be done, China is on the brink of a cold war which will lead to its demise.

  • Anushka Bikich
    Anushka Bikich 25 days ago

    China withdrew from humanity's troubles 500 years ago and destroyed it's navy,now the commies want to take the lead,after train,planes and automobiles have all been invented by the West. So what's new about commies,always taking others efforts and usurping them for their own designs. When China is run by a democratic parliament then I'll stop[ thinking of them as yellow dogs.

  • Anushka Bikich
    Anushka Bikich 25 days ago

    To all the people posting below........if you all want to be communist slaves.... go ahead
    just don't come crawling to US when you want to be liberated and free.

  • Uncle June
    Uncle June 26 days ago

    Chinese building big structures to overcompensate for their tiny penis size.

    • JF DING
      JF DING 20 days ago

      But they have a large population.Sometimes your ball must work.LOL

  • Bill King
    Bill King 26 days ago +1


  • Aime Nikopensius
    Aime Nikopensius 26 days ago

    The bridge is open now haha

  • Kaliman Kaliman
    Kaliman Kaliman 26 days ago

    They are public enemy number one in destroying the eco systems...

  • Kaliman Kaliman
    Kaliman Kaliman 26 days ago

    nothing good from the chinese....God bless Asians..!!!

  • Kaliman Kaliman
    Kaliman Kaliman 26 days ago

    it doesn't matter how good their mega projects look...

  • André Luiz Silveira de Castro

    Dubai has a bisier airport

  • Johnny Dominguez
    Johnny Dominguez 26 days ago

    What a bs pie-in-the-sky wishful thinking Is this channel pushing? They really love kowtowing to the chicoms...

  • Gear5 ZYF
    Gear5 ZYF 27 days ago

    all these will be finish around 2020, so, where is the rest 30 years?

    • SSMART
      SSMART 27 days ago

      China is going to Import some white girls and have some nice sex.

  • Ampleforth
    Ampleforth 28 days ago

    The US has been too busy to work on major projects. The Taleban keeps trying to burn the Poppy fields.

  • Lewis Taylor
    Lewis Taylor 28 days ago

    So Roman aqueducts were more efficient than these modern canals? they could transport water up to 100 miles without any pumping stations

  • SkylineToTheSeaAndMe
    SkylineToTheSeaAndMe 28 days ago

    China built in 40 years what America built in 200 years, only because of America, Europe, and the West. We have been instrumental in literally every single Chinese infrastructure project. We (and Chinese labor) are responsible for their entire success. Without the West, China would still be an undeveloped 3rd world nation.

    • SkylineToTheSeaAndMe
      SkylineToTheSeaAndMe 23 days ago

      Yes, I'm quite sure. America as a whole had nothing to do with the subjugation of China. The Opium Wars began in 1839 according to Wikipedia. My family (English, Irish [Mother's side]) came to America in the late 1670s. My Fathers side [Polish and German] in the 1820s to early 1830s). One of my ancestors on her side fought against the British in the Revolutionary War, and signed the U.S. Constitution. I mean no personal offense when I say this, but you are apparently quite ignorant and propaganda indoctrinated. I have been a student of history for about the last 15 years.

      If I spoke/ read/ wrote Chinese (or other language other than Spanish) I would probably be a student of Chinese History. I know a lot about Chinese history as it is (compared to most Westerners), and have had many Chinese/ Taiwanese/ and Asian friends in my lifetime. An indoctrination lie that has been told over and over again, is the fallacy that Native Americans were slaughtered wholesale in a European [settler/immigrant] Genocide. In fact what actually happened is that most Native Americans who died, died of diseases brought by Europeans that they had no immunity to. Most original settlers of America befriended the Native Americans and were helped by them (just for basic survival). The Natives befriended and traded with European settlers. That is what our 2nd Most important national holiday is all about: Thanksgiving. This holiday commemorated the kindness and generosity of Native Americans, and their sacrifice, as well as God's granting the European immigrants their survival.

      My mother's family was only a few generations removed from the original European settlers, and were dying when they arrived in Massachusetts during Winter (after a two month open ocean voyage with storms). They were starving, cold, sick, and dying (many died at sea). Most natives who were killed because of violence were killed during the Westward expansion of America (1800s to 1900s). The primary reason was warring tribes who used to attack each other, turned their wrath on European settlers (and maybe rightfully so). They correctly felt as if they were being invaded. Wagon trains came west, and the Natives would attack them, and kill them, set their camps on fire, etc. They murdered women and children. So tribes like the Apache, Blackfoot, Navajo, Souix, Lakota. and many others developed a reputation for being brutal "savages".

      And so naturally the settlers had to defend themselves and kill them when possible. It must be understood that the Natives had every advantage over the European settlers (especially when they got guns). Possibly millions of European settlers were killed by Native Americans, and the reverse is true also (but like I said before, most of those died of diseases/illness). Of course there were criminals and people of poor character who believed that if they didn't kill those that threatened their future survival on the land, they would later become victims of them (which is probably true). There is enormous false history and anti-American propaganda which has been spread around the world (especially since the recent wars and since Vietnam also). The vast majority of it is false or largely false. And so it's extremely important to discern between truth, and fiction (indoctrination). This indoctrination is not only detrimental to America and Americans, but to all humanity around the world. It is being used by those in power (International Fascist Zionist Central Bankers and Financial Elite) to divide and conquer humanity. There is absolutely no reason Chinese people should hate Americans, or vice versa.

    • William Yuen
      William Yuen 24 days ago

      Are you so sure none of your ancestor had anything to do with opium, are you aboriginal of America? Red Indian are you? LOL. How did the land of America filled with Whites and black slaves from your glorious history book I read? The fact is you guys have the full genetic display from your ancestors, you are still looting and killing until today. Do you want links and source reference material supporting my statements/ contentions, you white supermacist!

    • SkylineToTheSeaAndMe
      SkylineToTheSeaAndMe 24 days ago

      You are sadly ignorant William. None of my ancestors had anything to do with Opium wars. America as a nation had absolutely nothing to do with the Opium wars. That was England William. None of our ancestors were involved. We fought for our freedom and independence from the nation that did that. This important distinction you should clearly understand and be fully aware of, had you studied history.

      The same Jewish Fascist Zionist Central Bankers that invented Communism and forced it on the world, killing hundreds of millions of people in the process, were the same people who caused slavery in the Americas, the Opium Wars, and every Western War in the last 300 years; As well as every recession, so-called "financial panic", and depression. During WWII for instance, we were Chinas ally. We gave China $Billions in lend lease aid that was never repaid.

      An estimated 255,000 American troops served in China fighting against the Japanese, or in the China-Burma-India theatre supporting them. The only reason, Mao's Communists, were allowed to win the Chinese civil war, was because the Communist Zionist Western Bankers pulled our support for the Chinese Nationalists/Chiang Kai-Shek. We stopped the Japanese, and eventually pulled out of China, because that was the CFR Policy of the Zionist Central Bankers (corrupt Fascists themselves, who forced Communism on the citizens of nations, including Russia, China, and America then and now).

      But China didn't have to start all over again, as a result of the Opium Wars. China had never started to begin with in the modern era, and that isn't (China's) or anyone else's fault because the center of scientific innovation in the entire world for many centuries was Europe, and then America; i.e. Europe was the first place in the world to become the center of innovation and scientific discovery. What set China back 30 or 40 years was Communism. If the Chinese Nationalist Government had been allowed to take power, China would have had the economy and innovation of Taiwan, and would have surpassed the USA, 30+ years ago.

      China had a few basic scientific innovations (such as gun powder), but was never a bastion of science. It was like most places, an Agrarian society. If you want links and source reference material supporting my statements/ contentions, please reply.

    • William Yuen
      William Yuen 24 days ago +1

      Without the West China would not have to start all over again. Guess you never study history on opium war and the 8 western nation united invasion on China, aka looting and robbing China's wealth with their cannons and guns, they In essence the West (your proud ancestor) were warmonger, thugs, thieves, drug pusher. Guest this is what you are so proud of, right?

  • Man of Men
    Man of Men 29 days ago

    You forget to mention undersea mining, BRI, colonizing Siberia, all electric car, south pole exploration, space, military, fusion power, quantum communication, quantum computing, genetic engineering, biotech, workaholic geniuses converting desert to farmland. China is a Si-Fi realtime movie in action. China is making the world great again.

  • copper0
    copper0 29 days ago

    meanwhile the US is busy being grrrreat again.

  • zootherius
    zootherius 29 days ago

    12:50 20 gigawatts!?

  • hei yiren
    hei yiren 29 days ago +2

    Chinese culture has affected Asian countries. Whether you admit it or not, it is a fact. Before 2000, or before 1000 or 500 years ago, China influenced the whole world. China is only 200 years behind. Now the Dragon awakes! The Japanese are not smart, but sinister!

    • Alex N.
      Alex N. 15 hours ago

      Who mentioned anything about Japan? Affecting others is not a bad thing, as long as it brings positiveness, not bad values and brutality. Japanese are not smart? Sinister? Well, admitting they are not, but they became are a very caring society, harmonious, peaceful and definitely respecting the others... I wish those values would be embraced by the CCP and modern China.

  • Guangkai Ren
    Guangkai Ren Month ago

    It's unbelievable that there exists a video which view China positively, LOL.
    I'm glad to see the big progress our country has made. We Chinese people never stop to pursue a better life. Hope China to be great again.💪

  • santiago villa
    santiago villa Month ago

    why not invest in thorium reactors?

  • santiago villa
    santiago villa Month ago

    would it be better to invest in de salination of se wáter, be a more effective and long term solution?

  • Zihao Liu
    Zihao Liu Month ago +1

    Jiaozhouwan Tunnel (which is the current most massive underwater tunnel) is in my hometown, Qingdao.
    You guys should definitely check it out if you ever think to travel to China, our old towns are built by Germans during and post WWI, we also have a lot of Catholic churches are open if you are Christian. The local diet is heavily seafood, wurst, and beer based, like the combination of Italy and German foods with Sicilian weather.

  • Ernest sinje
    Ernest sinje Month ago

    US was before but now things has changed

  • Avehlion
    Avehlion Month ago

    This century belongs to China, and so will the future.

  • John Smith
    John Smith Month ago

    There overpopulation is their weak spot. It's hard on the landscape ,environment and pollution and causes higher rates of poor. Nothing good comes from High density populations.

  • Chiqagolil Kelly
    Chiqagolil Kelly Month ago +1

    As difficult as this might seem, this is a necessity for China. China will lead the world if it continues on these projects. However, please remember to respect your animals, your people and their dignity. The brilliance that created "reforestation" in far and beyond anything I could have imagined. President XingPing, i bow to you. just do not allow your men and women to kill future generations of your women (baby girls). That is a sin you may live to regret, if you are not already.

    • bob Saget
      bob Saget Month ago

      Chinese government is EVIL! Their government is totalitarian they are putting religious Muslims into "re-education camps" to brainwash them cause Chinese government doesn't tolerate freedom on religion at all. They censor the internet very much cause they want their people to be brainwashed.They also have the new program called Social Credit System, soon all Chinese people will be under total control. everything will be monitored and recorded. you cant speak out against evil/wrongdoings by government or your score will get lowered as a citizen and wont be able to take the train/plane or travel or even buy a house! Total control by the Evil Authoritarian Chinese Government whos president just declared himself president (dictator) for life!

  • Seanster Yu
    Seanster Yu Month ago +1

    Stolen technologies and totalitarian govt does not care for its citizens. Its all for show.

  • Balding Drop Shipper

    'Murica #1

  • zymethpwn
    zymethpwn Month ago

    12:34 "break ground" ha ha

  • Bobby Chang
    Bobby Chang Month ago

    China's challenges are unique and extreme.

  • Bestoink Dooley
    Bestoink Dooley Month ago

    Climate change is going to whack them.

  • macro deth
    macro deth Month ago

    China should experiment with the Venus project model. If any country could afford to test this model effectively it would be China and they would have a great deal to gain if successful. They might also be the ones to twist that model into something Black Mirror. Never mind.

  • macro deth
    macro deth Month ago

    China should experiment with the Venus project model. If any country could afford to test this model effectively it would be China and they would have a great deal to gain if successful. They might also be the ones to twist that model into something Black Mirror. Never mind.

  • 放送181
    放送181 Month ago

    Taiwan is not part China,the map you use is wrong

  • Wang Chin Wong
    Wang Chin Wong Month ago

    I like how he uses videos of Hong Kong even though it's not in China

  • Maria Catarina Bolena

    I hope China can get to be the first economy soon. Love from Brazil!

  • Koushi
    Koushi Month ago

    wait what happened to our mega projects in 2008-when the financial crisis hit...
    what happened to the trillions US gov....
    one thing China needs is to up their doctor/hospitals though.
    that will take a while since they and their people treat their doctors like crap.
    anyway the yangtze river.
    why don't they build desalination plants to transport that water.
    it will require more energy to produce though rather than using natural rivers of course.
    desalination = distilling the water probably safer for the people...
    or you can use reverse osmosis systems from the ocean.

  • AlwaysLearning
    AlwaysLearning Month ago

    Lol just came back yesterday after spending a month there. It was everything and more! All the stereotypes on China have nothing over the reality of how it really is the. Air quality was great in both Shanghai and Beijing. Almost every city seems to be mega metropolises, full great meals can be found for 30-50 quai or basically 3.50-6 CAD, the people are very respectful of you and your space, many families were out, couples everywhere, very welcoming and helpful if we had language barriers (Nothing a translator couldn't fix lol), beautiful and incredible history and culture, breathtaking attractions like Mutianyu great wall, summer palace, or the many temples all around, nearly achieving landmark pollution and poverty targets all around. Frankly I'm shocked they are not leading the way with spectacular green initiatives, societal development, and the revolutionary technologies which exist there such as WeChat. This is mainland wow. What an amazing time. Thanks for having this video :)

  • Ward
    Ward Month ago

    WOW, this video... is AMAZING! good begin, entertaining middel part and wonderful end. I can learn from this!