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  • Changsha Accelerates 5G Base Station Construction

    [2019.08.12]

    The photo, taken on August 9, shows workers install 5G equipment on an over-30-meter-high signal tower at Jinjiang Road, Yuelu District, Changsha. Since this April, the China Mobile Hunan Branch has accelerated 5G base station construction in Changsha. So far, it has built and opened 300 5G base stations across the city.

  • China’s First Robotaxis Debut in Changsha

    [2019.08.08]

    China’s first batch of Level 4 (fully automated driving) driverless taxis – Robotxi Hongqi E-Jie, made their debut at the National Intelligent Connected Vehicle (Changsha) Testing Zone on August 2. A public road test run with passengers will be launched within the year.

  • Sampling Inspection Applied to Ensure Grain Quality in Ningxiang

    [2019.08.02]

    Aerial photo taken on July 30, 2019 shows a view of the Ningxiang subordinated storehouse of China's state grain stockpiler Sinograin in Ningxiang, central China's Hunan Province, July 30, 2019. The sampling inspection is applied to ensure the quality of the grain being stored, followed by a series of advanced technologies used to keep the grain from deterioration.

  • Changsha Promotes QR-coded Doorplates

    [2019.07.31]

    Recently, QR codes can be found on the doorplates of many buildings in Changsha. By scanning each QR code, people can get detailed address information. The Changsha Municipal people's Government announced on July 29 that it will promote standard QR-coded doorplates across the city, so as to achieve information-based intelligent urban management.

  • 24-hour Self-service Library in Changsha

    [2019.07.22]

    There is a 24-hour self-service library in Yuelu District, Changsha. People can have access to it with valid identity cards. It provides nearby residents a good place to go for reading and study.

  • Changsha Metro Line 1 Begins to Introduce “Different Temperatures on the Same Train”

    [2019.07.19]

    Recently, as the temperature rises, the Metro Line 1 has introduced different temperatures on the same train. Carriages are divided into “cold” and “warm”. Passengers can choose carriages based on their favored temperature.