Japanese railroad workers build safe passages for wandering turtles
Railroad workers in the coastal city of Kobe in central Japan have built safe passages for turtles that wander onto railway tracks.
Archaeologists unearth first-ever house for Chinese transcontinental railroad workers in the US
Archaeologists from the Utah State Historic Preservation Office have uncovered the first Chinese house for transcontinental railroad workers...
Hong Kong Opens First High-Speed Train Linked to Mainland China
Hong Kong opened the first high-speed railway that connects it to mainland China on Sunday.
Covering a stretch of 26 kilometers (16 miles),...
Man Caught Casually Shoving Cleaning Woman onto Train Tracks in Hong Kong
An unprovoked attack on a defenseless female cleaner in Hong Kong was recently captured on video, sparking outrage among netizens when it em...
California Finally Recognizes Chinese Workers Who Built America’s Railroads 148 Years Ago
After almost a century and a half, the Chinese railroad workers who labored for six years to construct the Transcontinental Railroad are fin...