"We are now much faster," Railway Ministry spokesman Wang Yongping said at Tuesday's inauguration of the super-fast line from Shanghai's western suburb of Hongqiao to the resort city of Hangzhou. "Now other countries are hoping to cooperate with us."
The train will cruise at a top speed of 220 mph (350 kph), making the 125-mile (200-kilometer) trip in 45 minutes.
China already has the world's longest high-speed rail network and aims to more than double its length to 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) by 2020.
The high-speed bullet train in China can actually reach speeds of up to 260 mph.
A Short Video about the train
Here is a video of another older Bullet train between Guangzhou and Wuhan. The train travels at an average speed of 350 kilometers (217 miles) an hour.
These two Videos provide some additional details related to riding experience and Engineering about these super fast trains
For Non-Chinese speakers both videos contain English subtitles and instructions to display them are given in this Video