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The Road To Success
December 2016, Beipanjiang Bridge - the world's highest bridge that sits 1,854 feet above the river below - gained worldwide attention upon completion. US100 billion invested 69 highway projects 3,542mi new roads, guidu (Guiyang-Duyun) highway, the path has a special position in Chinas opening up and history. Keep your eyes on the road. Home to China's first big data pilot zone, Guizhou has attracted thousands of big data companies, including multinationals such as Apple, Qualcomm, Intel, Hewlett-Packard and Oracle. Hezhang Bridge, of the 100 world's highest bridges, more than 40 are in Guizhou.
Your eyes only look backwards for special references. The Infrastructure Boom, guizhou's location means that it's a crucial part of China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative. Yet what has earned Guizhou the reputation as "the World Museum of Bridges" is a parade of dazzling, record-breaking bridges erected across the province in recent years.
Where the poverty rate was once more than a quarter of the population, today it is less than 8 percent. A World Museum of Bridges, living in a province covered with numerous valleys, rivers and mountains, Guizhou people have historically developed a fantastic talent for building bridges. But do you day by day measure your progress. By then, Guizhou will not be the same landlocked province on the Tea Horse Road anymore - it will be linked to rivers and seas through its modernized, powerful infrastructure. Quot;s tagged as "road-to-success" (showing 1-12 of 12). New infrastructure, better life, lacking a major coastline or a border with another country, Guizhou struggled economically for decades due to its relative isolation in relation to the rest of China. Guizhou has built 11 airports over the last three years, and six more will be completed by 2020, further connecting Guizhou to cities along the 'Belt and Road' routes. The wood-covered corridor bridge, Wind and Rain Bridge, for instance, is a scenic charm today. More than 90 of the land in this remote province is covered by high peaks. Guizhou will also become a high-speed rail hub. Thanks to the tourism boom, more than 500,000 locals risen out of poverty. A host of giant infrastructure projects rolled out in recent the Vengeful Equity years have reshaped the underdeveloped province in China's southwest, leading to breakneck economic growth.
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