CGTN纪录片：穿越秦岭连接三省的6063次公益慢火车 火车能载鸡鸭鹅还能卖菜本文译自Youtube，原标题：Documentary: A journey on Qinling Train No. 6063
Beautiful documentary... better than most of the junk on netflix.
Yes i agree, the voice of the narrator has so much emotion.
This is a much better way to help the poor than giving out cash & food stamps in the US
US can print money at will , So they choose that way.
This is why China has succeeded - It's is through hard work!
I'm a foreigner from Bangladesh.I studied in sichuan University in Chengdu.Now I'm doing business in Guangzhou.I love china same as like my motherland. ��❤��
China is a beautiful country. I visited China a few years ago, and it was amazing, I would love to go back. Great documentary!!
China's landscapes seem unreal, they seem like those science fiction movies full of mysteries, fairies, centaurs, unicorns. What an exaggerated beauty. What beautiful people. What an organized transport system and the children as a little swallows reading inside the train. Everything is precious. I want to go to China. �♀���
When I see these videos I think of how America was when I was a child. I traveled on trains like this one. We shared delicious food with strangers who became friends. I am so sad to have Trump[ here. One blackbird will ruin a beautiful sky. I do not think China is perfect, but no place is perfect. China has lifted millions from poverty and removed foreign oppression. Shine brightly you are a star.
It's a good thing not all Americans are brainwashed. Hoping most US politicians were like you, not blinded capitalism and propaganda. World would be a much better place if they're focused on human progression or kill countries with their kindness.
Moo Di - The Honcho ChildRapiss -This train does a wonderful job of bringing together all the mountain communities, all thanks to the protective and kindly train conductors. Thanks for bringing us such a heart-warming story!
Tough life in the country side of China, but yet Chinese work very hard to put food on the table. Most Chinese and overseas Chinese appreciate the sacrifices made by their forefathers. Early overseas Chinese who left China to find a better life had sent money to the motherland to help relatives. The ties and bonds to the motherland will live forever as Chinese culture and languages continue to thrive in Chinese diasporas' lives.
This train would not exist in America because it's running on a big loss, due to low occupancy. But it's social impact is huge.
In America everything is weigh on profitability. When an operation or a business no longe makes money, we kill it, no matter how good it is to the public. America is seeing the results when everything is owned and run by private entities, money became their only goal.
@Kattie You would also notice how the trainmaster is really going the extra mile to serve better, not in a corporate/organization kind of way, but very humane and out of real concern for everyone (like calling the school to inform the teacher how the train is on time). Someone unfamiliar might think that this is just one special case, but living in China you can see this type of thing all over the place in different professions, all the time. (I'm not saying that this is entirely absent in other countries, but you get what I mean, it's quite uniquely East Asian, also Japan, Korea, Vietnam etc.)
I hope china won't get rid of this train and it's route. This is unique only to china and no where else. Yes the motherland now has the largest network of high speed train but something like this ought to be preserved not just for the locals and farmers but also as a legacy and tradition. But more importantly I want to have a chance to experienced it myself one day hahahaha.....
When I worked in China from 2016 to 2018, I deliberately avoided high-speed trains unless if they were urgent business trips. My childhood China was the one full of old green trains drilling through rough (but beautiful) mountain terrains, and I miss the feeling of sharing food, space, and life experience with other passengers. This is why whenever I get a change to travel to China, I always stick with the green trains just to preserve my memories and the legacy.
I am very emotional while watching this. I hope China can continue on its current course of development and lift more people out of poverty. When I was a child, I used to walk almost two hours a day to get to and back from school for 8 years.
I want to be there one day. The trains looks far older and far slower than the ones runing in the east part of China.But when thinking of the tough geography environment, plus the super cheap ticket price, it's not too bad at all. Bless people in China remote places��
Very interesting and unique video focusing the mountainous and poor villager's lifes. Hope their living conditions will improve in near future.CGTN SHOULD produce more of this kind of programme to show the world how the lower rung in China society thrive. Thanks.
Loved how the government and community collectively put special effort to protect and look after the students interest and welfare . To ensure they get the best education and nurture the next generation leaders and workers. Love China and may it continue to progress and tomorrow will be even better
What a beautiful, touching, unforgettable documentary. Ordinary people and ordinary things, yet full of life and love, and indescribable beauty. Best wishes to the people, hope your life gets better and better. Best wishes to the train line, hope you stand forever, because you carry such a significant historical heritage for generations after generations.
In Chinese railway system, Train number like that is working as the commuter train. Normally uses for railway workers or connects for local area to downtown with low price or taking for free. These trains are not sale any tickets in homepage of Chinese railway
Thank you! China will be better and better. Those poor people in China remote urban area are not living worse than the poor people in US, because there is no property tax in China, which makes sure people can keep their small house so long as they are not too lazy to work.
I've loved this video so much. I'm very moved after watching it. That's the simple and meaningful life all we deserved. People talking, helping and serving each other like loved brothers and sisters, it's incredible the level of humanity we can see in those trains.Sometimes like this I think the high tech came to destroy our ties with the others sinking us into a lonely cold meaningless life. That train is full of life where our "rat life" has not place.
Their lives are so tough, these farmers. May GOD bless them richly for working so hard even in bad weather, harvested their crops manually, n carrying their goods on their backs, especially these women. GOD will definitely bless you all. N the train staff are so helpful. Lovely to see everyone so helpful n friendly towards one another. What a great story n beautiful countrysides.Its so fun to do business of buying n selling straight from the farmers themselves, fresh n organic. I wished we could all get such fresh produce directly n supporting these hardworking organic farmers!!!!Thank you CGTN, for this wonderful look of China's countryside, poor but plentiful n happy.
Through these documentaries, we get to see the hard lives of people living in the countryside. My hats off to these folks as they do not wait for the government for handouts. The train is run as a public service and not as a money making entity, probably only happens in a socialist society.
communication, transportation, utilities, oil and gas are state owned enterprises, some made a profit, but they're there to provide service to all the citizens even in remote areas. oil and gas are sold at cost plus, no gouging.
Uplifting! This is one of the ways to alleviate poverty there and carried such a human touch in it. I live in N. America and have never seen such genuine concerns. Money is not everything. The west must wake up to that instead of seeing China as their enemy under Trump who always regard China as preoccupying with stealing, no freedom especially in Xinjiang.
Have never seen such a touching documentary on how China railroads of today are connected to the people it serves.There are videos of China's high speed trains which are good, but the pace is very different. Maybe some of these passengersshould ride train 6063 some day, lessen the pace and enjoy life more.
Wow....very interesting video, the village people looks very happy because they sold most of the stuff in the train, the train police are very helpful... upload more videos...thank you..
Green mountains, friendly folks, everybody helps each other. Kids are well taken care even without parents around them, they look mentally healthy. What an impressive happy rural community!