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Hubei in One Minute

(People's Daily)    15:58, November 26, 2018

In one minute, what happens in Hubei Province?

In one minute, 15 people climb the Yellow Crane Tower.

In one minute, 1,233 tourists visit Hubei.

In one minute, 6,076 bowls of hot dried noodles are placed on dining tables.

In one minute, 90,000 Hubei crayfish are ordered online by people across the country.

In one minute, 60,000 tons of oxygen is released and 20,000 tons of atmospheric dust is absorbed in Shennongjia's virgin forest.

In one minute, wild elk runs 1.5 kilometers in Shishou National Nature Reserve.

In one minute, 21 bicycles pass the East Lake Greenway.

In one minute, 113 cars drive through the first tunnel across the Yangtze River.

In one minute, 12 Dongfeng cars roll off the assembly line.

In one minute, Changfei Fiber produces 2,000 meters per production line, the fastest rate in the world.

In one minute, Wuhan Xingang puts out 2.9 standard containers.

In one minute, Hubei pilot free trade zone attracts 259,000 yuan in registered capital.

In one minute, the South-to-North Water Transfer Project transfers 13,000 m³ of water in the middle line.

In one minute, The Three Gorges Dam generates 190,000 kWh of electricity.

In one minute, 701 college freshmen walk on campus at the beginning of the school year.

In one minute, three people shake off poverty and attain a well-off life.

In one minute, 69.49 million yuan of GDP is generated.

In one minute, people enjoy thousands of lakes across the province.

In one minute, people taste the culture of ancient chu.

In one minute, people share their passion.

In one minute, illuminate the future of the youth.

In one minute, understand Hubei's momentum.

In one minute, scan the land that touches nine other provinces.

 

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(Web editor: He Zhuoyan, Bianji)

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