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 Which do you prefer the train"Light" on Shinkansen or the train "Hormany" on Wuhan-Guangzhou line?

Answer It depends on where I want to go :-)On the other hand: The Wuhan-Guangzhou line uses trainsets derived from the Shinkansen, so actually the ride should not be too different.
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