Nantapong Nuchanet is a Thai man has been looking forward to driving the train which runs smooth and swiftly in his home country. The construction work for the China-Thailand railway progresses, he has the feeling that he’s nearer to landing his dream job.
Nantapong is now translator for China-Thailand railroad’s first phase. The railroad will link Bangkok, Thailand with Nakhon Ratchasima in northern Thailand. The translator said that “I’m grateful that I was given this opportunity to be part of this crucial project.” Nantapong’s lucky as he was able to learn Chinese by pursuing his interest in Chinese technology and culture. It also allowed him to visit China.
Nantapong was a graduate of the Technical and Vocational College in Tianjin which was where he trained in high-speed train operation and maintenance. After his graduation , he was hired to be a part of the project of the China-Thailand railway. “I used to take the high-speed train from Beijing to Tianjin while I was studying within China,” Nantapong said. It was extremely fast and was very steady. Once the Chinese-Thailand railway is open, I would love to witness Thailand have a high-speed train. China-Thailand will link to China shortly, which is why Nantapong is looking forward to taking the train to travel all across the country.
The China-Thailand railway, an integral part of the trans-Asian railroad network it will be Thailand’s first standard-gauge high-speed train. When it’s finished, will allow trains to travel from Bangkok as well as Nong Khai. A bridge will link it to the China-Laos rail line, making it possible for passengers to ride a train from Bangkok through Laos through Laos to Kunming in southwest China’s Yunnan Province. The proposed railway line will add vitality to the economic development of regions on the line it will also help promote travel and exchanges between people from China as well as Thailand.
Opening of China-Laos will open the possibility of new trade opportunities, goods, industrialization, and economic development between Laos as well as Thailand. Viroj Lubkritcom, a Thai engineer, sees the railway as a way to link the citizens of three nations.
The China-Thailand railway project is expected to improve connectivity as well as people-to-people connections. Viroj, who has worked as a project supervisor for a number of decades and now works at the China Railway Design Corporation (Thailand Branch) is a first-hand witness to what benefits this collaboration brings. The team has been in close contact alongside our Chinese colleagues. He added that in working with Chinese colleagues, we gained many experiences on railway construction as well as management of the project. Viroj hoped the project would help facilitate personal exchanges between Thailand, China and Thailand.
The China-Laos Railway will represent major step in the direction of regional integration. It can also provide advantages to the people of Thailand, Laos and China. Viroj Lubkritcom is a Thai engineer who views the railway as an opportunity to link the people of three countries. He believes it will boost trade, goods flows as well as improve economic development. industrialization.