China has taken its truck stop concept to the next level, with Ta-Ying, a Chinese-owned truck stop in Chengdu, China, opening up to the public for the first time in years.

The Ta-yan trucks have been in operation since the late 1990s, and since its inception, there has been little to no sign of the trucks in the Chinese city.

But the Ta-yang truck stop opened to the general public for a few days this week, after Chinese authorities decided to reopen the entire city to pedestrians.

The Ta-yuang truck stand opened to customers on January 3, 2016.

“The Ta Yang truck stand in Chengdong is a landmark of modernisation,” said Li Zhenyu, president of Ta-ye, a logistics company that operates the Ta Yang truck stands.

“We have built it to be a modern, high-speed, low-cost, and easy-to-use truck stand.”

“Ta-ying has successfully opened the city to the rest of the country,” he said.

Ta-yang is an acronym for Taoyang, meaning the sun, which is the source of energy for the Ta yang truck stops.

Its origins are a mixture of Chinese and Mongolian, and are attributed to a Buddhist belief that the sun is the key to salvation.

It is said to be associated with prosperity and prosperity, prosperity and peace.

Ta Yang was founded by the Chinese company Daoxia in 2007.

Daoxi was the only company in the world to successfully build a truck stop before Ta-yaan opened in 1998.

It had been a dream of many in the Ta Zang city to build a modern truck stop that was accessible to the average Chinese and foreign visitor.

The first Ta-Yan truck stop was opened in Chengtong in 1997, but there were no trucks to accommodate the number of customers.

After a number of truck drivers were injured in a stampede, the Ta Yang’s truck stands were expanded in 2008 to accommodate more truck drivers.

In 2009, the company bought the local Chinese company Taoyuan and the two were later joined by Daoxian.

The trucks now ply the streets of Ta Zong, the largest city in Ta Zung province, as well as the neighbouring city of Taizhou.

In the same year, Ta-yi was established, and is owned by Daoyang.

The two Ta-ytan truck stands have also opened to visitors.

Daoyan has a total of six trucks in operation, with a total capacity of more than 7,500 people.

The truck stop’s main entrance has a small sign with the words “Ta-Yang Ta-tanshan”, and an advertisement for Ta-zi, or the Sun God.

The main Ta-zhang truck and bus stop is located on the edge of the city, in the northern part of the Taizhuan province.

It has an area of 1,200 square metres and has been open to the city’s residents since March 2017.

The local Ta-Zang taxi and shuttle company also operates the local Ta Yuan truck stop.

It operates three Ta-zeng trucks and two Ta Yans.

Ta-wuan operates one truck and two trucks.