Pingtan Strait Railroad Bridge: Chinese engineers are making it possible

    • Chinese Engineers are building a high speed railway bridge off the coast of south-east China sea. 
    • It has been named as  the ‘Pingtan Strait Railway Bridge’. 
    • The two-level structure is a whopping 11 kilometres long (6.8 miles) that connects Pingtan Island and its nearby islets to the mainland of Fujian Province.
    • Since this bridge is being constructed on that region which is considered as a ‘no go zone’ for bridge builders.
    • Many jets and boats disappeared in this zone, that is why it is also called the ‘ Bermuda Triangle of Asia.’
    • The Pingtan strait, a part of Taiwan Strait, is infamous for its high winds.  




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