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本帖最后由 Windy101 于 2009-4-26 14:10 编辑

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They don’t make them like they used to be…Lu collected classic cars called red flags, production ran from 1958 to 1971. The quality was in line with rest of the worlds’. Some of the functions have been used the world’s advanced technology. This is quality over quantity, in twenty years over wherever made. These are five flags, he said, built by hands. This old ultra-long limo was built for Chairman Mao, but he died before it was finished. This car was built in a different time when only the elite leader had the privilege of riding convertible like this one.standing at the back and waving to the adoring masses …as they sped by.
These years the Chinese the methods poured last month for more than a million new cars. Many efforts time by like this farmer from the Inner Mongolia, spending 7thousand US dollar in cash for an old Chinese mini van. They saved for two to three years, we built a house for a plan, and then decided to buy a car. He is heading out some of the most dangerous roads in the world where an average two hundred people died each day. Terrifying for new drivers like Lu Qiao. At the beginning, I didn’t dare go out by myself, she says because there are so many cows in the road. Even she passed her driver’s test last year, it is only the second time Lu has been on the open road and so it’s all over her nerve frightening and losing her ?down as well.
So she hired a driving coach to guide her. It’s all a big change for a land of bicycles generation ago from now to now, China has become the largest car-makers now and become the land of most inexperienced car drivers as well.
CNN Beijing.
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They don’t make them like they used to in China, and perhaps that’s a good thing. Lu venyu collects these old chinese classics called red flags producted ran from 1958 to 1971.

The qualities were in line with the rest of the world, he says, some function / the most advanced technology. It was quality over quality in twenty one years just over a thousand were ever made. This is the five flag with/, he says, was build by hand. For this old strech long limo made for Chairman Mao but he died before it was finished.

These cars were built for a differet time when only the leaders have the privilege over riding in a comfortable like this one where they could stand in the back, and wave to the extrordinary masses as they spect by.

These days, the masses has take a grow at last month the Chinese bought more than a million new cars, many are first time buy like this farmer from Inner Mogolia, spending seven thousand US dollars cash for an old Chinese made mini van. “we save it for two or three years he says, we build a house, bought a / then decided to buy a car. He’s heading out fpr some of the most dangerous roads in the world where on average two hundred people die of accidents each day.

Terifying for new drivers, like Lu Chao, at the beginning, “I didn’t dare go out by myself” she says ,because there are so many other cars in the road.

Even that she past a driver’s license last year, this is only the second time that Lu has been on the open road, and so it’s all over a big nerve frighting and losing as easy as well.

So she is hiring a driving coach to guide her. It’s all a big change from a land of bicycles generation ago. From mow to now, China has for the moment becomes the world’s biggest car market and that counts with the biggest numbers of new inexperienced drivers /.
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本帖最后由 hlr 于 2009-5-8 10:13 编辑

They don’t make him like they used to in China, and perhaps that's a good thing. Luo WenYou collected these old Chinese classics called Red Flags production ran from 1958 to 1971.

“The quality was in line with the rest of the world”, he says, “some function used the most advanced technology.

It was quality over quality in 21 years just over thousand were ever made.

“This is the five-flag Red Flags”, he says, “it was built by hand.”

Well, this old ultra-long limo was made for Chairman Mao, but he died before it’s finished. These cars were built for a different time when only the elite leaders had the privilege of riding in the convertible like this one, where they could stand in the back and wave to the adoring masses as they sped by.

These days the masses have hit the road, last month the Chinese bought more than a million new cars, many are first-time buyers like this farmer from Inner Mongolia, spending seven thousand US dollars, cash, for an all-Chinese-made minivan.

“We save for two or three years”, he says, “we build a house or the appliances , then decided to buy a car.”

He’s heading out to some of the most dangerous roads in the world, where on average two hundred people die in the accidents each day. / Terrifying for new drivers like Lu Chao.

“At the beginning I didn’t dare go out by myself”, she says, “because there are so many other cars on the road”.

Even though she passed her driver's test last year, this is only the second time that Luo has been on the open road, and so it’s all over a bit nerve-racking and Luo seemed uneasy as well. So she’s hired a driving coach to guide her, it’s all the big change from a land of bicycles a generation ago, from Mao to now China has for the moment become the world’s biggest car market and that comes with the biggest number of new inexperienced drivers as well.

John Vause, CNN, Beijing.
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They don't make them like they used to in China and perhaps that's a good thing.LuWenyu collects the old Chinese classics called Red Flags,production ran from 1958 to 1971.

The quality was in line with the rest of the world,he says.Some functions used the most advanced technology.It was quality over quality in 21 years just over a thousand where ever made.This is the five-flag Red Flag,he says.It was made by hand.For this ultra-long limo was made for Chairman Mao but he died before was finished.


This cars were built for a different time when only the elite leaders had the privilege of riding in a convertible like this one where they could stand in the back and wave to the adoring masses as they sped by.

These days,the masses have hit the road.Last month,the Chinese bought more than a million new cars,many are first time buyers like this farmer from Inner Mongolia,spending 7000 of US dollars cash for an old Chinese-made minivan.
"We saved for 2 or 3 years,"he says,"We built a house,bought appliances then decided to buy a car."

He's heading on some of the most dangerous roads in the world where on average 200 people died in accidents each day.Terrifying for new drivers like LuQiao.
"At the beginning,I didn't dare go out by myself."She says,"because there were so many other cars on the road."

Even though at she passed her driver's test last year,this is only the second time that Lu has been on the open road.And so it's all a little bit nerve-wrecking and loosing on these as well.So she's hired a driving coach to guide her.It's all a big change from a land of bicycles a generation ago.From Mao to now,China has for the moment becomes the world's biggest car market.And that comes with the biggest number of new inexperienced drivers as well.
John,Vause,CNN,Beijing.
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本帖最后由 hlr 于 2009-5-8 10:14 编辑

They don’t make him like they used to it, China, and have that it’s a good thing. Luo WenYou collected these old Chinese classic , quote red-flags production, from 1958 to 1971.

“The quality was in line with the rest of the world”, he says, “some functions used the most advanced technology.

It was quality over quality in 21 years just over thousand were ever made.

“This is the five / red-flags”, he says, “it was built by hand.”

Well, this old extra-long limo was made for Chairman Mao, but he died before it’s finished. These cars were built for a different time when only the elite leaders had the privilege of riding in the / like this one, where they could stand in the back and wave to the adoring masses as they speed by.

These days the masses have hit the road, last month the Chinese bought more than a million new cars, many are first-time buyers like this farmer from Inner Mongolia, spending seven thousand US dollars, cash, for an old Chinese veil many there.

“We say for two or three years”, he says, “we build a house or the / , then decided to buy a car.”

He’s heading out to some of the most dangerous road in the world, where there are average two hundred people die in accident each day. It’s terrified for new drivers like Luo Chao.

“At the beginning I didn’t dare go out by myself”, she says, “because there are so many other cars on the road”.

Even though she passed tour drivers test last year, this is only second time that Luo has been on the open road, and so it’s all over a bit / driving and Luo is uneasy as well. So she’s hired a driving coach to guide her, it’s all the big change from a land of bicycles a generation ago, from now to now China has for the moment become the world’s biggest car market and that comes with the biggest numbers new inexperienced drivers as well.

John Vause, CNN, Beijing.

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本帖最后由 hlr 于 2009-5-8 10:14 编辑

They don’t make him like they used to in China, and perhaps that's a good thing. Luo WenYou collects these old Chinese classics called Red Flags production ran from 1958 to 1971.

“The quality was in line with the rest of the world”, he says, “some function used the most advanced technology."

It was quality over quality in 21 years ,just over a thousand ,where ever made.

“This is the five-flag Red Flags”, he says, “it was built by hand.”
Well, this old ultra-long limo was made for Chairman Mao, but he died before it was finished. These cars were built for a different time when only the elite leaders had the privilege of riding in the convertible like this one, where they could stand in the back and wave to the adoring masses as they sped by.

These days the masses have hit the road, last month the Chinese bought more than a million new cars, many are first-time buyers like this farmer from Inner Mongolia, spending seven thousand US dollars, cash, for an all-Chinese-made mini-van.

“We save for two or three years”, he says, “we build our house, bought our appliances , then decided to buy a car.”

He’s heading out on some of the most dangerous roads in the world, where on average two hundred people die in / accidents each day. / Terrifying for new drivers like Lu Chao.

“At the beginning, I didn’t dare go out by myself”, she says, “because there are so many other cars on the road”.

Even though she passed her driver's test last year, this is only the second time that Luo has been on the open road, and so it’s all over a bit nerve-racking and Luo seemed uneasy as well.

So she’s hired a driving coach to guide her, it’s all a big change from a land of bicycles a generation ago, from Mao to now China has for the moment become the world’s biggest car market and that comes with the biggest number of new inexperienced drivers as well.

John Vause, CNN, Beijing.
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They don't make it like them used to in China, and perhaps that's a good thing. Luo Wenyou collects this old Chinese classic called "Red Flags", production ranked from 1958 to 1971.



"The quality is aligned with the rest of the world," he says. Some functions used the most advanced technology. It was quality over quantity. In 21 years, just over thousand were ever made.



This is the five flag Red Flag, he says, it was built by Han. For this autrolong limo was made for Chairman Mao, but he died before it was finished.



"These cars were built for a different time when only the elite leaders had the privilege of riding in a convertible like this one, where they could stand to the back and wave to the adoring masses as they sped by."



These days, the masses has hit the road. Last month, the Chinese bought more than a million new cars. Many a first time buyers like this farmer from Inter-Mongolia, spending seven thousand US dollars cash for an old Chinese-made mini-van.



"We saved for two or three years," he says, "we built our house, bought our clients, then decided to buy a car."



He is hitting out on some of the most dangerous roads in the world, where on average, two hundred people died in accidents each day.



Terrifying the new drivers, like Lu Chao.



"At the beginning, I didn't dare go out by myself," she says, "because there are so many other cars on the road."



Even though she passed her driver's test last year, this is only the second time that Lu has been on the open road. And so it's all a bit nerve fracking. And losing on ease as well."



So she's hired a driving coach to guide her. It's all a big change for a land of bicycles a generations ago from now to now China has, for the moment become the world's biggest car market. And that counts for the biggest number of new inexperienced drivers as well.



John Vause, CNN, Beijing

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They don't make him like they used to in China and perhaps that is a good thing.Lu wenyou collects these old Chinese classic called red flags.Profuction ran from 1958 to 1971.
The quality was in the line with the rest of the world,he says,some functions used the most advanced technology.
It was quality over quantity.In 21 years just over thousand were ever made.
This is the Five Flag,Red Flag,he said,it was build by hand.
For this ultra limo was made for chairman Mao,but he die before it was finished.
These cars were built for a different time when only elite leaders have the privilege of riding in a convertible like this one,but they can stand in the back and wave to the adoring masses as they sped by.
These days the masses have hit the road,last month the Chinese bought more than a million new car,many are first time buyers like this farmer from inner Mongolia spemding 7,000 US dollars cash for all Chinese made minivan.
We saved for two ot three years,he says,We built a house,bought appliances,then decide to buy a car.He is heading out to some of most dangerous roads in the world where on average 200 people died in the accidents each day.
Terrifying for new driverslike LuChao.At the biginning I didn't dare go out by myself,she said,because there are some many cars on the road.
Even though she passed her driver's test last year,this is only the second time that Lu has been on the open road and so it's a little bit nerve-racking and Lu seems uneasy as well.So 's hired a driving coach to guide her.
All a big change from a land of bicycle a generation ago from Mao to now,China has for the moment become the world's biggest car market and that come with biggest number of new inexperienced drivers as well.
John Vause, CNN Beijing.
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