Comment: China sends first woman into space
June 16, online
China has launched its most ambitious space mission yet in which its first female astronaut and two male colleagues are to attempt to dock with an orbiting module.
The Shenzhou 9 capsule lifted off as scheduled at 6:37 p.m. (1237 GMT) on Saturday evening from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on the edge of the Gobi Desert.
Female astronaut Liu Yang, 33, and two male crew members — veteran astronaut Jing Haipeng and newcomer Liu Wang — are to dock the spacecraft with a prototype space lab launched last year. They are to work there for about a week.
First human landing on Mars would be a Chinese? Go, go China!
Asia is moving to prosperity and greatness. Indonesia and China (Mainland + ROC Taiwan + Hong Kong) will have more cooperation, and they will benefit each other.
Better start learning to speak Chinese as they are going to be the world leader soon.